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NTA asks for public opinion on rail line to Navan and Metro to south Dublin

The National Transport Authority is asking members of the public for their opinions on the Greater Dublin Area Transport Strategy.

This includes a number of potential future transport projects such as a Metro to Terenure-Rathfarnham-Knocklyon, a UCD-Sandyford Metro and a rail line to Navan.

The strategy was first adopted in 2016 by the government but now the NTA want to hear what priorities the public have on future transport strategies.

The NTA stated, “We need to ensure that the policies and proposals we bring forward are the ones that are the most relevant and focused on transforming people’s quality of life by making it easier for people to get around,”.


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