Many Sikh families live in Lucan and Adamstown and find it difficult to get to the temple in Ballsbridge using current bus routes. Tweaks to routes could help, they say.
BusConnects Redesigns Bring Relief to Some Neighbourhoods, Disappointment to Others
After reviewing thousands of’ suggestions and complaints, the NTA has been meeting with residents’ groups in some areas to show them updated designs.
How Are Go-Ahead Bus Routes Performing So Far?
Figures from the National Transport Authority (NTA) show they’ve fallen slightly short on expected punctuality, but hit reliability targets.
Some Dublin Bus Drivers Say Their Seats Are Making It Painful to Work
Dublin Bus hasn’t responded to queries sent Friday morning about whether it thinks there are problems, and if so, what they are doing to address the concerns.
As Public Consultation on BusConnects Continues, Groups Mobilise to Fight Their Corners
Central to the current debates about BusConnects is how to balance moving people through neighbourhoods, and maintaining a sense of place within them.
Council Briefs: Low-Emission Buses, and Getting Tough on Dog Poo
Last year, Dublin City Council issued four fines for dog fouling. “Of which only one was paid,” said Green Party Councillor Patrick Costello, at a recent meeting.
As Go-Ahead Buses Are Rolled Out, Feedback So Far Is Mixed
Some customers on outsourced routes say it seems more reliable. Others complain about delays, missing buses and incorrect real-time information.
Why Some Dublin Buses Are Smaller Than Others
The 25a from Lucan fills up fast. But there’s a reason that buses aren’t bigger.
David: So What’s the Story with BusConnects?
Is it a Trojan horse for privatisation and cutbacks, or a panacea for the city’s ailing transport network? DIT transport-planning lecturer David O’Connor looks at the debate around the proposed changes.
Some Bus Drivers Say BusConnects Plan Is Bad for Their Passengers
Drivers also say they’re disgruntled they weren’t consulted earlier. The consultant behind BusConnects says all feedback is welcome, but the interests of drivers and passengers don’t always align.