The CEO of Dublin Metro says the 9 billion euro project would be funded by private investment. Dublin Metro say the six new lines from Ashbourne, Swords, Donaghmede, Blanchardstown, Rathfarnham and Adamstown would save commuters 3 weeks a year in travel time.
Its plan contains 19 major hubs which would link up with Luas, Dart and Dublin Bus. Dublin Metro CEO Jedd Van Der Poll says the project would be funded by private investment and is based on a model used in Madrid.
The plan has been presented to the Minister for Transport Shane Ross who according to the group was open to the idea. Dublin Metro is also in discussions with An Bord Pleanala about the project.
Images: Metro.ie: Press Credit
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