Dublin faces traffic hell without bus investment
• National transport tsar issues warning that hundreds of millions of euro need to be spent • Graham says authority has achieved all it can with its existing resources as economy recovers
The state’s transport tsar has warned that Dublin is facing into congestion chaos unless the government spends hundreds of millions of euro upgrading the capital’s public transport infrastructure.
“We’re at a point where if we don’t invest in our public transport infrastructure, we’re going to have problems – big congestion problems,” National Transport Authority chief executive Anne Graham told The Sunday Business Post.
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