At a joint sitting of the Oireachtas Transport committee on Wednesday 8th May, the leading representative body for commercial coach and bus operators in Ireland, The Coach Tourism and Transport Council of Ireland (CTTC) highlighted their serious concerns around drop off facilities and sufficient traffic management plans at major events this summer.  
If you are not carrying out international transport these retrofit dates do not apply, however if you transit through Northern Ireland they will apply.
Today the Central Bank published its NCID Liability Report for 2022. The report deals with Public, Employer and Commercial Liability cover.
Ireland’s leading representative body for private bus operators, the Coach Tourism and Transport Council of Ireland (CTTC) has welcomed the publication of the Review of the School Transport scheme by the Department of Education. The report, they say, provides some clarity for parents, schools and operators.
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 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 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.