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London Tube-style map shows how Dublin public transport will link up

It’ll be pretty if it works out, we’ll give them that.

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THIS IS HOW authorities see public transport integrating in the greater Dublin area in the near future.

An Taisce have published this London Tube-style representation of what tranport links will look like when Luas, QBCs (Quality Bus Corridors) and other transport projects are completed.

James Leahy, Honorary Secretary of An Taisce, said:

If the plan works, as it has elsewhere, we will have a system that could be extended to cover the whole city to serve all. This can never happen with rail projects alone, in our sprawling low-density city.

There is currently a public consultation on the draft Integrated Implementation Plan 2013 -2018 for the Greater Dublin Area. You can read that document here.

The implementation plan includes three Bus Rapid Transit routes. The NTA is now carrying out a public consultation on these three routes with a deadline of 14 March, next Friday. You can see that here.

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