Wednesday June 3, 2020

The cost of cannibalising the Luas Green line

Politicians should show us a detailed cost-benefit analysis for the hare-brained plan to dismember the Luas Green line

23rd September, 2018

The stormy weather of the last week has had truly tragic consequences for some and provided a number of near misses for others. Power outages and event cancellations have quite serious human and economic consequences.

The loss of the Luas Green Line service for two days and the ensuing traffic chaos along its catchment areas was a sobering event for many. Just imagine if the Green Luas line was out of action for 18 to 24 months.


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