Is a quick resumption of air travel just pie in the sky?
The world’s airline industry is in crisis. Ryanair’s Michael O’Leary has challenged Simon Harris to ‘read the science’, but experts are wary that importing Covid-19 would lead to another lockdown
For all the chaos Covid-19 and the corresponding public health measures have caused, there’s been one small mercy for most during lockdown – the weather.
Confirmation came last week, courtesy of Met Éireann, that the spring of 2020 was indeed the sunniest on record in Dublin and driest ever recorded in Meath. The rest of the country didn’t fare too badly either.
Days spent gazing upwards at the heavens with little...
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Dublin to Belfast hourly train service possible by 2024, says operator in North
Irish Rail and Translink hope to purchase nine new trains so the Enterprise service can increase frequency and add earlier departures
Almost half of Irish heavy goods vehicles now ten years old
A Department of Transport consultation warns road hauliers are facing new emission taxes from the European Commission
Call for car parking spaces in Dublin to be given over for use of e-scooters
Dutch firm Dott will make a submission to the Dáil this week to outline its proposals
Ryan’s plan for variable speed limits to reduce danger on M50
Transport minister says that in wake of Covid-19, the M50 will return to full capacity and variable speed limits will manage congestion and safety