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Unread 02-07-2009, 14:54   #21
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What would work and improve timings between stations is having commuter trains stopping at greystones(that are coming from the south) and at connolly (coming from the north). Maynooth should be electrified straight away and continue on to the southern line as it will when the interconnector is built.The howth line should terminat at docklands as soon as the luas is open.This would mean only intercity and Dart would run in the city centre and it would be another excuse to push the government to speed up the interconector.

It would really piss a lot of commuters of though.Having to get off at greystones/Connolly ony to get on a DART.
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Unread 02-07-2009, 15:16   #22
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It would piss of me no doubt too. DART to Sheriff Street? No thanks.

I see where you are coming from though and I would imagine that instead of Docklands that Howth and Malahide DARTs could in theory be terminated in Connolly platforms 3, 4 or 5 while Maynooth to Greystones could use 6 and 7.
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