Opinion: MetroLink won't be a 'Berlin Wall' if designed appropiately

At the Oireachtas Transport committee meeting on July 18th, MetroLink was compared to building a "Berlin Wall" through the south city, by a group of concerned residents. The ...
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Suggesting a South West Metro to Rathfarmham is political interference

The Green Party, particularly their leader Eamon Ryan TD, has been pushing the idea that MetroLink should go south west towards Rathfarmham, instead of upgrading the Luas Green ...
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Why wasn't the Luas Green Line Underground in the City Centre from the Start?

In our MetroLink Explainer on upgrading the Green Line we found that these slow speeds and shared running in the city centre significantly limit the capacity on the Luas Green ...
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MetroLink Explainer: How will the metro help to end the housing crisis

Dublin, and Ireland in general, is experiencing a housing crisis. There are not enough houses, prices are increasing dramtically, homelessness is on the rise and many young ...
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MetroLink Explainer: Why is a metro line to Swords and North Dublin the best option

In June 2015, transport engineers working on behalf of the government prepared the Fingal / North Dublin Transport Study (NTA & AECOM, 207 pages). It examined 25 potential ...
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MetroLink Explainer: How will MetroLink connect up with the Irish Rail network

The MetroLink Project will connect up with the Irish Rail network in two places. The first is at Tara Station a new metro station will be constructed and the existing Irish ...
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MetroLink Explainer: Why there are no easy options left for upgrading the Luas Green Line capacity

The Luas Green Line is a very popular piece public transport infrastructure. This presents a problem. Transport engineers predict that the Luas Green Line will run out capacity ...
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