More than €70m spent on delayed Metrolink project since 2018

Records show the light-rail project has cost €70.3 million between March 2018 and October 2021

10th November, 2021
More than €70m spent on delayed Metrolink project since 2018
The NTA said it hopes to submit a railway order application for the development to Irish Rail by the second quarter of 2022

The state has spent more than €70 million on the Metrolink rail project in the past three years, new figures show, despite a new strategy showing it may not be completed for at least 10 years.

Records seen by the Business Post show the light-rail project, which a government minister has called “absolutely crucial”, has cost €70.3 million between March 2018 and October 2021.

The figures come the day after a draft document from...

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