Metrolink project back on track with business case move
Department of Transport to carry out detailed review of long-delayed project after business case was submitted
The long-awaited Metrolink project in Dublin has taken a step forward after a preliminary business case was submitted to the Department of Transport in recent weeks.
The preliminary business case for the project, which has suffered a number of delays, was approved by the board of the National Transport Authority late last month allowing it to be sent to the department for its examination.
Its officials are set to spend the coming months carrying out...
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