Mayhem on the M50

No project epitomises Ireland’s infrastructure problems more than the M50.

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Ian Kehoe

10th February, 2007

No project epitomises Ireland’s infrastructure problems more than the M50.

Held up by planning delays, the road took 20 years to build. At rush hour, it is often likened to a car park. Road works, necessary because sections of the road are being upgraded, are making matters worse.

Now heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) using the Dublin Port Tunnel are being added to an already chaotic mix. From February 19, trucks with five axles or...

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