Tuesday December 1, 2020

Time to learn from poor infrastructure decisions of the past

A central agency with experts should be put in place

4th December, 2016

One of the most tangible benefits of Ireland’s EU membership is our modern physical infrastructure.

Everyone who drives on a motorway, takes a train or visits a museum will be familiar with blue plaques stating that the construction was funded by the European Union through a National Development Plan.

Contrary to popular opinion, Brussels did not simply throw money at Ireland to build roads.

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