Further bus changes in Finglas, Glasnevin, Drumcondra

Dublin Bus is making further bus route changes in Finglas East, Glasnevin, and Drumcondra as part of its Network Direct service cutting project. Dublin Bus says routes 13 and 13a will be merged into the 13. Route 19a will be renamed the 19 and the current 19 will be merged with the 83. It says that the […]

In Pictures: Canal cycle route (under construction)

Cycling tracks in Dublin are usually blamed for putting people off cycling. This cycle route along the canal is expected to be different. The route — due to open in July if not sooner — goes from Portobello to the north Docklands. It passes areas and roads such as Rathmines, Ranelagh, Leeson Street (N11), Baggot Street, Grand Canal Street / […]

DATA BLOG: School inspection reports 22/02/2011

The following is a list of the Department of Education school inspection reports published today for the Dublin area. The reports can be read on the department’s website – click on month published and then on the ‘PDF’ link for the school report you wish to view. These are the schools in Dublin which were evaluated, and what subjects were […]

How does a 5km cycle route cost €10m?

This article can now be found at: http://irishcycle.com/2011/02/02/how-does-a-5km-cycle-route-cost-e10m/

Millions for strategic cycle route suspended due to objections

Major Dublin city cycle routes will remain unconnected as a key section is delayed following what was described as intensive lobbying. Four million euro of funding for the project was suspended by the Department of Transport pending a review of options on a strategic cycling route after residents in East Wall objected to it. Dublin […]

€35m funding for Dublin college projects

Building work of €35 million for two Dublin colleges was announced this morning by Tanaiste and Minister for Education Mary Coughlan. St Patrick’s College, Drumcondra, are receiving €30 million for a new facility and the refurbishment of current building. The work is to include lecture theatres, libraries and offices. It is expected to be finished in 2012. […]

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