accessible, inclusive and green

Translink is the accessible, inclusive and green public transport provider helping Northern Ireland to reconnect people and places, helping get more people back to the workplace and other opportunities and ensure that Northern Ireland’s recovery from the pandemic is sustainable.

As our society continues to re-open, there is a golden opportunity to shift decisively towards a ‘green’ recovery with public transport at its’ heart.  We want to keep you updated on our progress back to a full bus and rail service as our economy re-opens and life returns to normal and illustrate our achievements and ambitions over the period ahead, as well as raise awareness of the need for a shift towards public and other sustainable forms of transport for the good of our economy and our environment.  

We look forward to engaging with you further in the weeks and months ahead.

'Better. Connected' Corporate Strategy

We have launched our new 2030 Corporate Strategy 'Better. Connected' - find out more about Translink's ambitious plans for transforming transport and delivering an efficient. effective and integrated public transport network that helps drive the economic, social and environmental wellbeing of our region, building a sustainable future for all.

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Belfast Transport Hub

Main works on the Belfast Transport Hub project are now underway. The project will deliver a modern, world-class integrated transport hub to enhance local and international connectivity with bus, coach and rail links across Northern Ireland and beyond.

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North-West Transport Hub - National Rail Heritage Awards Plaque

A plaque has been unveiled at the North-West Transport Hub in Derry~Londonderry, reflecting the site’s status as Best Overall Entry at the prestigious National Railway Heritage Awards.

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Translink Future Ticketing System

As part of its continued transformation of public transport in Northern Ireland, Translink is developing customer-led, innovative ticketing solutions with a focus on ease of use, integration, convenience and value.

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Metro Corridor Enhancements

We have plans to continue to enhance our Metro bus services in Belfast and intend to operate a fully Zero Emission fleet in the city by 2030.

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Rail Business Awards

Translink has been successful in the annual Rail Business Awards, winning the prestigious Asset Management and Maintenance Excellence Award for our ‘Rail Health’ strategy.

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A Responsible Recovery

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Translink is delighted to announce a £30m investment to deliver 38 new Zero Emission battery electric buses for Foyle Metro in Derry~Londonderry.

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Translink was established in April 1996 when Citybus, NI Railways and Ulsterbus came together to form one company.

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Top Accolades

Translink recently received two prestigious awards at the National Social Value Awards 2021 for its delivery of social value activity around the development of the Belfast Transport Hub project.

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Wake Up to Climate Change

Translink has signed the Business in the Community Climate Action Pledge NI, a public commitment to achieving an ambitious target of reducing its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 50% by 2030.

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