The South East Area has gotten €7,825,000 for projects within its boundaries, while the South Central Area has received €550,000, says Labour Councillor Darragh Moriarty, who drew up a tally.
The National Transport Authority has spent roughly €966,000 renting offices from WeWork at Charlemont Exchange since April 2019, says a spokesperson for the NTA.
With BusConnects on the way, is the system up to the task of keeping the bus lanes clear so the buses keep flowing and riders can make their connections?
After COP21 in Paris, and its adoption of a wide-ranging programme to tackle climate change, we’ll need to improve our game.
Last week, we wrote about the dearth of information available on six recent appointments to the 12-member board of the National Transport Authority. Now we know more.
Could this be the first transport plan in decades that just might lead to a genuine improvement in quality of life for Dubliners?