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Transport Insights’ Internship

To support our ongoing contracts with a wide range of clients including asset managers, banks, developers, transport operators, local authorities and national government agencies in Ireland and internationally, Transport Insights now intends to take on an intern in spring / summer 2015. Based in our Dublin City Centre office, the successful candidate will support a…
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Development Planning Advice Note – Assessing Transport Risks

Transport Insights has produced a development planning advice note containing information on transport related considerations at the earliest stages in the development planning process. The note is intended to be of assistance to developers and their advisors, and considers the two initial stages in the development planning process, namely: site selection and acquisition; and site…
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Bus Tendering Factsheet

Transport Insights has produced a factsheet to provide bus operators with the information presently available on the upcoming tendering of Public Service Obligation (PSO) bus routes by the National Transport Authority (NTA), in one concise document. In addition to bringing together the information presently in the public domain, Transport Insights has drawn on its experience…
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National Bike Week – “Vive le Vélo!”

National Bike Week, an annual event which involves a diverse range of cycling activities all over Ireland, is almost upon us and now is an excellent time to take stock and consider recent progress in encouraging more people to cycle. Cycling Mode Share Cycling mode share has increased in recent years, however from a very…
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Irish Bus Industry – “preparation is the key to success”

In November 2013, the NTA announced that approximately 10% of non-commercial bus markets in Dublin and outside Dublin would be the subject of competitive tendering. Now that the decision has been made, what’s in play for the public sector and private bus operators – why bother in the first place? For the public sector, is…
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