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Better to keep Luas trams southside, says economist

Expert says trams should give way to buses to benefit commuters

10th January, 2016
Most Dublin Bus services which cross the Liffey pass through College Green and so will a new Luas line Rollingnews.ie

Half of peak time trams on Dublin’s new cross-city Luas line should continue to terminate at St Stephen’s Green rather than travel to the northside as planned, according to a new study.

Recent reports said buses may have to be banned from using College Green to facilitate the new Luas line, significantly increasing bus passengers’ journey times.

But cutting the number of proposed trams at peak time would facilitate “far...

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