Tuesday, 20 October 2020
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Amsterdam News

Amsterdam Central Station damaged by subway works

Cracks appear in Amsterdam station building due to subway excavation. Structural damage to the façade of the Amsterdam Central Station is the result of excavation works relating to the ongoing Noor...
Dublin News

Dublin buses get priority at junctions

Priority system given to all Dublin bus corridors. City buses in Dublin have been given priority at junctions on all bus corridors to provide reduced journey times and a more reliable service for...
London News

London taxis get new look

TX5 black cab to launch in 2017. London's classic black cabs are to get a revamp with the 2017 launch of the six-seater TX5 which is described by its makers as cleaner, greener and more practical....
Amsterdam News

Amsterdam tackles attacks on public transport

Spitting at Amersterdam's drivers and inspectors on the increase. Security workers on Amsterdam's trams and buses have been issued with special kits to collect DNA from anti-social passengers who s...
Paris News

French railways to offer low fares

SNCF extends low-cost services French railways, SNCF, is rolling out cheap fares at €10 a journey to another eight cities on its OuiGo services and adding 46 destinations at €5 to its low...
Dublin News

Dublin opens Phoenix Park tunnel to passenger trains

New rail link between capital and midlands but no stop at Heuston Work has begun to upgrade Dublin's Phoenix Park tunnel to provide a direct rail link for commuters between the midlands and Connoll...
Dublin News

Dart rail service increases frequency

Expanded capacity linked to economic recovery Dublin's Dart services have increased their frequency from one train every 15 minutes to one every ten minutes. The extra capacity will affect peak ti...
Dublin News

Traffic to be reduced in Dublin's College Green

Experimental traffic reductions in front of Trinity College A plan to reduce traffic to two lanes around Dublin's College Green will be introduced on a trial basis by Dublin City Council next year...
Amsterdam News

Electrical taxis at Schipol airport

Over 160 electrical driven taxis started working between Schipol international airport and Amsterdam in mid October. Two taxi services, BIOS-Groen and BBF SchipolTaxi, with support from the city, n...
Dublin News

Public transport fares increase in Dublin

Price hike affects Dublin Bus, Luas, regional bus and train services Public transport fares are to increase in Dublin and across the republic, affecting services provided by Bus Éireann, Ia...
Madrid News

Madrid targets Uber

The city's transport department has started legal proceedings against Uber, the privately run taxi-sharing service, for operating without a licence. Uber drivers, who started work in Madrid in Sept...
Brussels News

Brussels airport flight paths to change again

Changes made in February 2014 to the flight plans for Brussels airport must now be re-adpated thanks to a Brussels court order. The unpopular Wathelet plan, named after the minister for mobility, h...
Amsterdam News

UberPop launches in Amsterdam

The smartphone taxi service UberPop launched in Amsterdam on 30 July. The Uber App connects passengers with unlicensed drivers, providing a ride that is about 50 per cent lower than the standard taxi...
Berlin News

Berlin’s new airport running out of finance

The troubled Brandenburg airport, which should have been up and running two years ago, is now in deep financial trouble according to Der Spiegel online international. A recent report by the Europea...
London News

Queen opens Heathrow’s new Terminal 2

Queen Elizabeth officially opened Heathrow’s new Terminal 2 on 23 June, almost 60 years after she inaugurated the first civil aviation building at what was to be transformed from a military faci...
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