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New cross-city Luas doubles bus journey times in Dublin

Durations of some commutes have spiked by up to 110 per cent

11th February, 2018

Internal analysis by Dublin City Council (DCC) shows that bus journey times have exploded by up to 110 per cent following the launch of the Luas Cross City last month, with buses now crawling through the city centre at just 1.7 kilometres per hour.

The report also shows that the city council first warned about the impact of Luas Cross City on commuting times in 2014. The analysis, which was presented to councillors on the transport subcommittee...

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