Dublin gets €12 million for infrastructure

An investment of €12 million has been set aside for road, bus, bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure in the greater Dublin area.

18th April, 2012
Dublin bikes: investment planned for cycleways and pedestrian routes.

An investment of €12 million has been set aside for road, bus, bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure in the greater Dublin area.

Of this, €2 million will be spent on upgrading bus and cycle routes.

Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport Leo Varadkar announced funding for more than a hundred projects today. These include new transport interchanges, cycle paths, pedestrian crossings, and footpaths.

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