Major shake-up On way at CIE

The government’s new structures at CIE will see the creation of separate non-executive chairmen for each of the four companies - CIE, Dublin Bus, Bus Eireann and Irish Rail. In a new policy, the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport will invite

26th March, 2011

The government’s new structures at CIE will see the creation of separate non-executive chairmen for each of the four companies - CIE, Dublin Bus, Bus Eireann and Irish Rail. In a new policy, the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport will invite public expressions of interest for the posts.

The post of CIE executive chairman, which has been occupied by John Lynch for 11 years, will be abolished. The move comes as part...

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