Mulcahy comes out fighting

Tom Mulcahy, the chairman designate of the planned Dublin Transport Authority (DTA), has said that ensuring value for money in capital projects undertaken as part of Transport 21 will be his main priority.

10th February, 2007

Tom Mulcahy, the chairman designate of the planned Dublin Transport Authority (DTA), has said that ensuring value for money in capital projects undertaken as part of Transport 21 will be his main priority.

Mulcahy said that the €34.4 billion Transport 21 programme announced last year had provided ‘‘a pretty solid platform’’, but that his responsibility would be to prioritise infrastructure projects and anticipate the future transport needs of the greater Dublin area.

‘‘Prioritising...

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