Congestion poses threat to Dublin recovery

• Transport infrastructure needs serious investment or congestion will only get worse, warns NTA chief executive Anne Graham

23rd April, 2017
Anne Graham’s career has been built on moving people around the country Picture: Fergal Phillips

Anne Graham has spent her whole professional life solving problems. As a chartered engineer, it comes naturally; methodically working your way through problems is the core of the profession.

As a traffic engineer and area manager with Dublin City Council, then working for the National Transport Authority, her career has been built on moving people around the capital – and the country – better. So she knows a problem when she sees one. And she...

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