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Full Steam Ahead for Dublin metro

The European Investment Bank has approved a
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Dart Opens in Clongriffin

The status of Ireland's newest town Clongriffin has been confirmed with the opening of a
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Dublin caters for Record Number of Cruise Liners

Dublin Port is bracing itself for the expected arrival of 86 cruise ships between now and the end of the year, generating up to
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Electric Cars in Dublin

Ireland's first on-street charging points for electric vehicles (EVs) have become operational in Dublin. The four points are located in the city centre: one on Molesworth Street, one on Adelaide Road...
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Dart Underground Plan Unveiled

In a radical overhaul of Dublin's rail infastructure, the Dart Underground proposal would link Docklands Station with Heuston Station via Pearse Street and Christchurch. The
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New Cycle Lanes for Dublin

Dublin City Council (DCC) has approved the construction of a
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30km/hr Speed Limit in Centre

A reduced 30 km/hour speed limit has been introduced to all roads within Dublin's city centre. The area extends from Bolton St on the north-side to St Stephen's Green in the south, and from Church St...
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Ryanair to cut Dublin flights

The low-cost Irish airline has announced it will cut flights from Dublin airport by 20 per cent this summer. The cuts will mean both a loss of passengers at the height of the tourist season and of 150...
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Samuel Beckett Bridge Opened

Dublin's newest bridge opened to traffic just before Christmas. Named in honour of Samuel Beckett, one of the capital's most famous sons, and designed by internationally renowned architect Santiago Ca...
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Railway openings

Closed for 62 years, phase one of the reopening of the Dublin-Navan railway line has begun, with work expected to be completed during 2010. Starting in Clonsilla, the route branches off from the Mayno...
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Canal Clean-Up

Dublin's canals are currently undergoing a major clean-up ahead of the reopening of the Royal Canal to boats in 2010. The
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Dublin Bridge Wins Major Award

Dublin's newest bridge has won the Best Structural Design prize at a Leaf (Leading European Architects Forum) awards ceremony in Berlin. Spencer Dock bridge, located over the Liffey in the Dublin dock...
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Bicycle Scheme Comes to Dublin

By mid-September Dublin will join the growing list of European capital cities which encourage the use of the bicycle as a mode of transport in the city centre. Under the scheme, Dublin Corporation wil...
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Railway Viaduct Collapses

Rail commuters had a lucky escape when a potentially serious rail tragedy was averted as a viaduct collapsed into North Dublin's Broadmeadow estuary, between Malahide and Donabate. The incident in...
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Railway viaduct collapses

Rail commuters had a lucky escape when a potentially serious rail tragedy was averted as a viaduct collapsed into North Dublin's Broadmeadow estuary, between Malahide and Donabate. The incident in...
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Rush hour ban on Dublin centre city traffic

Plans to divert private cars from Dublin's College Green could result in major traffic disruption on Monday 27 July. In an effort to boost flagging sales in the city centre, traffic planners at Dubl...
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Luas passenger decline

In a further sign of the times, passenger numbers using Dublin's tram service, the 'Luas' have fallen by almost 2.5 million so far this year. A statement from the Railway Procurement Agency (RPA) has...
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Commuter chaos as bus strike continues.

An unofficial strike at Dublin Bus is causing chaos on the streets of Dublin. 150,000 people have been left stranded for two days in a row with no signs in sight of the dispute being called off. The s...
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Radical plans to reduce traffic

A new 12-year plan endorsed by the minister for transport proposes to radically reduce traffic congestion on Dublin's streets. The controversial changes suggested include eliminating traffic entirely...
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All Roadworks Halted

The Irish government has ordered an almost complete cessation in funding for road work until further notice. In a move designed to save billions of euro, the spending cut will affect 78 major construc...
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