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Bus Rapid Transit (BRT)
The National Transport Authority today (November 9th) published its report on Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) and how it could apply in our capital city.
The “Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) – Core Dublin Network” report also describes the feasibility study for a core network comprising of two cross-city BRT corridors: (i) Blanchardstown to UCD; and (ii) Clongriffin to Tallaght.
For more information see the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) section of our website.
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