Tuesday September 29, 2020

Lobby group to bring Dublin Bus to European Court of Human Rights

A commuter lobby group that is protesting against the reorganisation of bus services by Dublin Bus is taking a complaint against the company to the European Court of Human Rights.

16th November, 2011

A commuter lobby group that is protesting against the reorganisation of bus services by Dublin Bus is taking a complaint against the company to the European Court of Human Rights.

The Save the 19 Bus Campaign said in a statement that it is taking the complaint “given the lack of response and meaningful dialogue from Dublin Bus and the National Transport Authority.”

The complaint is against Dublin Bus, The National Transport Authority and the...

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