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Unread 15-09-2016, 13:20   #21
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Originally Posted by berneyarms View Post
Indeed but when the option is not to run them at all because there is insufficient money available to operate all of the commuter rolling stock, what do you expect to happen?
Thats true no doubt.

Tell you what though, I'm pretty sure a Dublin mayor would have provided a more compelling case for funds for Dublin transport than any of the last 3 transport ministers have done. FCC have alot to answer for in rejecting the proposal.
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Unread 30-12-2017, 14:01   #22
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Default Electrification and Navan rail

At last CIE are thinking of the future usually they only obstruct the development of rail transport. The piece mentions the wait for electrification , why the wait itís obvious that it must happen given the oil situation and our failure to meet climate change goals that Ire signed up to. Itís now that the likes of the rail line to Navan should be opened and for a change put rail ahead of road building though I know thatís where the politician and the developer are on the same sheet. Electrify now and expand rail to airport and Navan.
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