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Sunday 1 October 2023 Dublin: 18°C

# DART Underground

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Plans for seven-storey Dublin office building rejected - because it would interfere with Dart Underground
That is despite the project being shelved.
Could an underground Dart solve Dublin's traffic gridlock? It's being considered
The project can be launched at short notice to make a difference to the lives of tens of thousands of people every day, writes Catherine Murphy.
Plans for an office block that could scupper the entire Dart underground have been blocked
The property developer has appealed Dublin council’s planning decision to the national authority.
Whatever happened to... a gigantic underwater tunnel linking Ireland and the UK?
The idea to connect the two islands by rail has been around for over 100 years.
'We won't let go': Irish Rail is convinced the long-delayed Dart Underground will go ahead
Peter Muldoon, the project head, says it would allow high-rise building in Dublin city.
Whatever happened to... An underground rail line through Dublin's city centre?
The Dart Underground has been talked about for more than 40 years.
Irish Rail couldn't afford a warehouse and it could derail Dart underground
There are plans to build an office on a site that was meant to be an underground train station.
Shane Ross says the Dart Underground still might happen
Back in September, Paschal Donohoe said the original €3 billion project was being scrapped.
Does Dublin 'urgently' need Dart Underground?
The project has been delayed as “lower cost technical solution” is found.
An Bord Pleanála grants permission for postponed DART Underground
The project has been shelved by the government and will not be considered for funding again until 2015.
Children's Hospital to go ahead but Metro North and DART underground shelved
The government’s capital expenditure announcements also included the news that the linking of the Luas lines will go ahead.