Spines, branches and orbitals: Dublin's new bus proposals
The report published by the NTA proposes arranging services along seven cross-city ‘super-frequent spines’. There will also be a move to a new two-tier fare system and a new route numbering system
The report, prepared by US transport consulting firm Jarrett Walker & Associates, proposes arranging services along seven cross-city ‘super-frequent spines’.
It includes plans for a big increase in the number of orbital services around the city, with 11 brand new routes.
There will also be a move to a new two-tier fare system and a new route numbering system.
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