Wednesday May 27, 2020

The road ahead for Ireland

The government has infrastructure plans in the pipeline, but it will need to make good on its promises, writes Arlene Harris

4th March, 2018

There was a time when Ireland was renowned for its lack of quality infrastructure – visitors may have been charmed by a network of picturesque winding roads, but they did little to enhance efficiency or even safety. Natives were growing increasingly impatient with insufficient motorway coverage, lengthy journeys on poor roads and the lack of connection between our urban centres and the rest of the country.

Thankfully, times have changed, and Ireland has caught up...

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