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# transport minister

This year
2024
Transport Minister Eamon Ryan hits back at open letter from Ryanair CEO calling on him to resign
Government announces plans to fast-track delivery of 1,000 km of cycle routes by 2030
Last year
2023
Taoiseach and ministers discuss recent increases in road deaths
Transport Minister says overhaul of Dublin city centre roads is not about restricting access
'It doesn't have to be expensive': Eamon Ryan says 'idle' rail lines could be revived
Bus passenger numbers on public transport network return to pre-pandemic levels
National Transport Authority allocates €290m for walking and cycling infrastructure
All time
New 'ambitious' transport projects 'will be delivered at speed' within the next three years
Planning application submitted for 'ambitious' Dublin Metrolink
Eamon Ryan says 'a practical example' to cut fuel consumption is to drive slower
Independent 'fact-finding' probe launched into Belarus diverting Ryanair flight
'I am not privy to the plot': Shane Ross doesn't anticipate 'going to war' over new speeding laws
'Beyond the Pale': Ross lobbied by publicans, politicians to pivot on zero tolerance drink driving laws
Shane Ross says new law was needed as gardaí seize 377 cars driven by unaccompanied learner drivers
Santa gets the all clear to enter Irish airspace
'A matter of urgency': Minister promises to take action on dangerous quad bike and scrambler use
It's a year since Shane Ross announced Stepaside would re-open. It's still closed, and locals aren't happy
Rail union 'unsurprised' at Taoiseach's 'ignorant' claim that strikes won't affect pay deal
Ross 'very pleased' Fine Gael TDs and senators will not get a free vote on new drink-drive laws
Dublin traffic jams are costing around €350 million a year - Shane Ross
Penalty points for mobile phone use could be increased, Ross says
Three out of five people think those convicted of drink driving should get automatic ban
Ross urges unions and Bus Éireann to start negotiations with "a blank sheet of paper"
'You'll look like a God': How people thought the Luas dispute could be solved
Regulations to crack down on Dublin rickshaw drivers could be on the way soon
All-out strike 'seriously on the agenda' for Luas workers as dispute escalates
Ever been clamped? The process is set to be overhauled
'We might need the stretcher for the reshuffle': €200,000 boost for mountain rescue teams
Banned: Texting while driving now 'completely prohibited'
Varadkar 'loves' trains - and won't be closing 'dozens' of rural lines
Varadkar: No plans to change de-clamping fee - and it's not just there to make money
Leo Varadkar isn't happy that Aer Lingus is taking legal action against SIPTU
'Your local GAA lottery wouldn't work like this': Varadkar criticises Rehab Group
French Government seeks clarification from Ryanair following documentary
Great Southern Cycleway to open in Limerick
Varadkar says budget leaks impacted on consumer confidence
Leo Varadkar on Rosanna's topless shoot: 'I wouldn't do it myself'
Minister Varadkar defends €130 million health cuts
Varadkar outlines concerns about Aer Lingus stake sale