Threat of eFlow tag switch-off at CRG toll plazas avertedAUG 29TH, 2016
Watch O'Connell Bridge Works Successfully Completed: August Bank Holiday Weekend 2016AUG 15TH, 2016
Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) & An Garda Síochána Announce Average Speed Cameras Installation in the Dublin TunnelJUN 08TH, 2016
TII are working with An Garda Síochána on the installation of Ireland’s first average speed camera enforcement system.
Ministers Donohoe, Howlin & TII announce €230m N25 New Ross Bypass PPP projectJAN 26TH, 2016
Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Paschal Donohoe TD, together with Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Brendan Howlin TD, this afternoon (Tuesday) announced the contract award for new N25 New Ross Bypass PPP scheme.
Allocations Announced for 2016DEC 22ND, 2015
Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Paschal Donohoe TD, has today (Tuesday) welcomed the allocation by Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) of almost €160 million for the maintenance and improvement of the primary and secondary national road network in 2016.
Be Winter ReadyNOV 12TH, 2015
Is your vehicle Winter-Ready? You should get your car serviced before winter sets in to make sure it is ready for the conditions which will undoubtedly arrive when least expected! There are some things you can do yourse
M11 Gorey Enniscorthy PPP SchemeOCT 14TH, 2015
Transport Infrastructure Ireland is pleased to announce the award on 14th October 2015 of the M11 Gorey to Enniscorthy Public Private Partnership (PPP) Contract.
New M11 Motorway between Arklow and Rathnew Opens July 13th, 2015JUL 13TH, 2015
Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Pascal Donohoe TD, was this afternoon (Monday) joined by the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Brendan Howlin TD, to officially open the M11 Arklow to Rathnew Upgrade scheme, which forms part of the €282 million N7 Newlands Cross/N11 Arklow to Rathnew Public Private Partnership (PPP) scheme.
Minister Donohoe welcomes commencement of works on‘missing link’ in Luas networkJUL 10TH, 2015
Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Paschal Donohoe TD, was on hand in O’Connell Street, Dublin today (Tuesday) for the start of the main Luas Cross City track laying works. This element of the project is a major milestone in the €368 million project which will link the Luas Red and Green lines and deliver an additional 10 million journeys per annum when complete. The contract for the main works, which follows earlier preliminary ones, encompasses all the civil engineering works required to prepare for the connection of the existing Luas Red and Green lines.
Galway to Dublin Cycleway ProposalMAY 21ST, 2015
The proposed National Galway to Dublin Cycleway will be Ireland’s first ever dedicated inter-city route for cyclists and walkers