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Surge in commuters taking an hour or more to get to work - Irish Times

One in 10 commuters, almost 200,000 people, spent an hour or more commuting to work last year, an increase of almost 31 per cent, or 50,000 people in five years. Census 2016 figures from the Central Statistics Office reveal a larger number of people ...and more »

Commuting times on the rise across every county -

Leo Varadkar wants a nation of "people who get up early in the morning" - and the pressures of work, housing and childcare mean he has got just that, according to the latest census. Central Statistics Office (CSO) figures have highlighted the personal ...and more »

Commuting times rise, bike use races 43% higher - CSO -

New figures from the Central Statistics Office show the national average commuting time in April 2016 was 28.2 minutes, up from 26.6 minutes in 2011. The figures from the CSO's Census 2016 Commuting in Ireland research show that commuters in counties ...and more »

Revealed: The average travel time spent travelling to work for Irish commuters - CSO -

The latest Census data has revealed that commuters in Ireland spend almost 30 minutes travelling to work each day. The average commuter will endure 28.2 minutes of travel time, an increase of two minutes each day since the last Census figures were ...and more »

Laois job shortage proved by daily exodus of thousands of work commuters - Leinster Express

New evidence of the acute job shortage in Laois is revealed in the daily exodus of nearly 11,500 people out of the county for work with Portarlington the worst affected. Census 2016 figures published by the Central Statistics Office reveal that there ...and more »

One in 10 spend over an hour travelling to work - Census 2016 -

Census figures released by the Central Statistics Office (CSO) today show that in April 2016 the number of people travelling to work, school or college was 9.3% higher than the 2011 figure. The figures show 2,962,550 commuted in that period, with 1,875 ...and more »

Half of Dublin's population is using a car to commute every day - Dublin Live

Just under half of Dublin's population is either a driver or a passenger in a car when they are heading to work, school or college. And new statistics have shown that there are almost three million people commuting in Ireland every single day. The ...and more »

Six extra children walking to secondary school in Kilkenny - Kilkenny People

The majority of working commuters in Kilkenny travel by car with over 10,000 people leaving the county to travel to work every morning, according to the latest Census 2016 results. The statistics on public transport use by commuters is well below ...and more »

Almost three million people commuting in Ireland EVERY DAY - Irish Mirror

Almost three million people are commuting for work, school or college every single day, it has been revealed. The latest information released by the Central Statistics Office (CSO) showed a 9.3% increase on the 2011 commuting figure and also indicated ...and more »

Almost 3m people commute daily, cyclists increase 43% -

The latest Census figures show almost three million people are commuting daily, with a significant increase in those cycling. In April 2016, 56,837 people cycled to work, an increase of 43% since 2011, according to the Central Statistics Office's ...and more »