Friday August 14, 2020

Government faces row over DTO wind-up plan

The government is facing a row over its plan to wind up the Dublin Transportation Office (DTO) to allow for the creation of a new authority to oversee all traffic and public transport in the city.

12th August, 2006

The government is facing a row over its plan to wind up the Dublin Transportation Office (DTO) to allow for the creation of a new authority to oversee all traffic and public transport in the city.

Minister for Transport Martin Cullen plans to create a new Dublin Transportation Authority for the greater Dublin area next month. It would fast-track projects under Transport 21, the government’s ten-year plan to improve the country’s infrastructure and transport network....

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