The CTTC is delighted to announce a significant breakthrough for coach tourism, as the European Council and the Parliament have reached a provisional agreement recognising the unique needs of coach tourism drivers.
The CTTC has welcomed the recent announcement made by the government regarding changes to the employment permits system, specifically the inclusion of the motor mechanic role in the General Employment Permit system.
The end of the year is always a time for reflection, gratitude and spreading joy, and I am grateful for the opportunity to convey my warmest Christmas greetings to our members nationwide, in this my first year as Chairperson of the CTTC.
The CTTC, in conjunction with The NTA, TFI – Transport for Ireland, Fáilte Ireland and Dublin City Council is delighted […]
The Coach Tourism and Transport Council of Ireland has welcomed the result of a vote in the European Parliament’s plenary […]
The Coach Tourism and Transport Council (CTTC) is pleased to announce a new partnership with NOW Group, creators of the innovative JAM (Just A Minute) Card initiative. This transformative partnership, launched on Saturday, December 9th by Minister for Disabilities, Anne Rabbitte, signifies a pivotal step forward in championing inclusivity and accessibility across the commercial bus transport sector. 
Ireland’s leading representative body for private bus operators, the Coach Tourism and Transport Council of Ireland (CTTC) has called on the Government to extend VAT relief for the purchase of electric and alternatively fuelled buses, as a measure to accelerate transport decarbonisation.
Limerick native and prominent businessman in the city, Willie Martin of Martin’s Coaches has been appointed Chairperson of the Coach Tourism and Transport Council of Ireland (CTTC) following his ratification at the organisation’s AGM in Dundalk last Saturday 4th of February.
The Coach Tourism & Transport Council (CTTC) has today called on the Government to intervene to ensure that every school transport contract contains a provision that will facilitate an appeals process, in order to protect the basic legal rights of commercial bus operators.
The Coach Tourism and Transport Council of Ireland has today welcomed the establishment of a quota of 1,500 employment permits for bus and coach drivers from outside the European Economic Area (EEA) to address the serious skills shortage in the industry.