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Ross backs bus corridor plans

Transport minister wants roll out before local elections in May

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

@obraonain
19th June, 2018

Last weekend, I published the results of a lengthy analysis of Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport Shane Ross' term in office over the past two years.

As part of that, I spoke with the minister himself in his office in Leinster House, where he mounted a vigorous defence of his record.

But he also had some interesting views on other policy areas which did not make it...

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