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Metro may change route in order to serve Croke Park

The €1.2 billion Dublin metro to the airport and Swords is expected to run through Drumcondra and Croke Park instead of Glasnevin.

29th July, 2006

The €1.2 billion Dublin metro to the airport and Swords is expected to run through Drumcondra and Croke Park instead of Glasnevin.

The board of the Railway Procurement Agency (RPA) last week changed its preferred route for Metro North to accommodate thousands of sports fans travelling to Croke Parke very year. A spokesman for the RPA confirmed that its ‘‘emerging preferred route’’ was a central route through Drumcondra close to Croke Park, following a public...

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