Monday November 30, 2020

New metro system promoters to seek support of Dublin city councillors

The system, if it were to be built, could be in operation in 2021, Metro Dublin says

15th March, 2016
An image of the planned Metro North line, due to open in 2027

The promoters of a highly-ambitious plan to build an extensive metro system in Dublin by 2021 are to seek the support of Dublin city councillors for the project at a meeting this evening.

The system, if it were to be built, would extend to 92 kilometres with 57 stations and works would involve the upgrade of 28km of existing lines, 17km of new surface lines and 45km of tunnels, according to Metro Dublin, the group that...

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