Road safety officials have warned that meet-ups, reminiscent of scenes from Hollywood film franchise Fast and Furious, have soared in popularity since the first lockdown, with lives said to be at risk.
The first phase of the new BusConnects network launched on the 27th of June, taking its first journey around the North-east area of Dublin.
Met Éireann is urging drivers to stay safe on Friday morning (July 2) and is predicting heavy fog on roads across the country. Irish roads were covered in a thick layer of fog this morning (Thursday) with the midlands, eastern and Dublin regions being most affected. An Gardaí Síochana has asked for those driving in affected areas to reduce speed, increase stopping distance and usefog lights …
The scourge of drug driving is on the rise as An Garda Síochána’s twitter account shows countless reports of drug driving in the month of June.
‘Stay cautious on your staycation’ is the core message behind a new campaign launched today by the Road Safety Authority (RSA) and An Garda Síochána. As holidaymakers across Ireland look forward to a summer break at home, both the RSA and the Gardai are urging road users to ensure that they stay safe on the …
A €200m upgrade on a section of road between Farranfore and Killarney will greatly improve road safety but could have a severe impact on two outdoor amenities in Kerry.
Present driving and theory test waiting lists could be cleared within four months, Irish Minister for Transport Eamon Ryan has announced. Over 70,000 learner drivers are waiting for driving tests with a waiting-list of roughly 120,000 theory tests. By the end of June, 29,000 of the theory tests will have been completed, 4000 of which …
The Eurovelo 1 cycle route will be clearly signposted through Cork by the end of the year, with €500,000 in funding allocated by the Minister for Transport, Eamon Ryan TD.
170 schools have been notified that they have been selected for the first round of the Safe Routes to School (SRTS) Programme to support walking and cycling infrastructure for primary and post-primary schools.
More than 20,000 people have been driving on an L-plate for more than 10 years, Newstalk FM reports.