[Irish Independent] - A new health and fitness programme is being rolled out for Irish Rail, Bus Eireann and Dublin Bus employees. In one of the first initiatives of its kind in the semi-state sector, all staff will be offered a tailored physical activity plan for the
[Irish Independent] - These price rises, which come into effect from February 19, are part of fare increases across all Iarnrod Eireann, Dublin Bus, Bus Eireann and Luas services approved last month. The increases ranged from 3pc to 15pc, with commuters in the capital
[New Ross Standard] - BOTH THESE sides went into this Bus Eireann Women's National League game in Ferrycarrig Park on Sunday last knowing that a win would have a massive impact on how the rest of their respective seasons would pan out. Played in front of the home side's
[Irish Independent] - Other public transport operators including Iarnrod Eireann and Bus Eireann have already started rolling out the technology. Many private coach firms also offer the service and the National Transport Authority hopes to install Wi-fi on Luas trams later
[Irish Times] - Administration costs of the rural transport programme were 22 per cent of their overall costs in as opposed 13 per cent for Bus Éireann under the school transport programme. A new high-level committee involving representatives from the Department
[Herald.ie] - And Bus Eireann plans to launch a Leap Card customer pilot shortly in to the Dublin area. Leap Card electronic readers are also due to be added to private bus services on a pilot basis -- on Wexford Bus and Matthews Coaches Bettystown.
[Irish Times] - The Supreme Court has dismissed Bus Éireann's appeal against a € damages award to a woman who was injured when her car was hit from behind by a bus. The company had Ms Teresa Goodwin filmed by a private detective and examined by two doctors.
[RTE.ie] - In addition, Sunday Sport carries the Bus Eireann Women's National League results each week. Coverage of the season culminates with full commentary of the FAI Cup final in November. Listeners can tune in to RTÉ Radio 1 on fm, catch up on Radio 1
[Leinster Leader] - Bus Eireann services for Athy are under review, with traffic congestion so bad in the south Kildare town that the company is considering service cancellations. Speaking at the February 20 Athy Area meeting , Bus Eireann manager Adrian O'Loughlin said