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NRA ‘gave inaccurate tunnel advice’ – engineer

A leading engineering consultant has claimed that inaccurate information was given to the Minister for Transport, Martin Cullen, before he decided not to raise the height of the Dublin Port Tunnel.

21st May, 2005

A leading engineering consultant has claimed that inaccurate information was given to the Minister for Transport, Martin Cullen, before he decided not to raise the height of the Dublin Port Tunnel.

In a submission to the Controller and Auditor General on behalf of the Transport Users Group, Cormac Rabbitt highlights 11 points on which he claims the National Roads Authority (NRA) provided erroneous information to the minister relating to the height of the tunnel.

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