National Transport Authority plan to replace Leap Cards

December 11, 2019

Leap cards will be replaced by the ability to pay for travel through mobile phones, bank cards, contactless bank cards or official ID. All of these forms of payment require user data so the anonymous option is through QR codes or some sort of electronic token.


Changes in public transport fares announced

October 31, 2018

Currently over 70% of Dublin Bus payments are made by Leap card. The hopes are that in the coming years this number will increase, and cash payments will be streamlined out of the system completely.

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New metro poses risk to local GAA club

April 4, 2018

Glasnevin GAA club Na Fianna are set to lose some of their facilities after the National Transport Authority (NTA) recently announced the preferred route for the new Metrolink project. The NTA and Transport Infrastructure Ireland

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DCU ranked 15th greenest university in the world

February 7, 2018

DCU was ranked the 15th greenest university in the world last December, rising 12 ranks since 2016. GreenMetric is an initiative of Universitas Indonesia, surveying over 600 universities across 76 countries.

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New top up app for Leap Card users

April 19, 2017

A Leap Card app update will allow users to top up their cards by mobile rather than in a shop, according to the National Transport Authority. This new development will benefit commuters who previously had

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Dublin Bike scheme expansion to include DCU

October 3, 2012

DCU is set to be included in a planned expansion of the Dublin Bike Scheme. This is part of a plan to treble the amount of available bikes from 500 to 1500. Fifty six new