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East Region

The ERM covers the counties within Leinster and the Greater Dublin Area (GDA): Carlow, Cavan, Dublin, Kildare, Laois, Louth, Meath, Monaghan, Offaly, Wicklow, Westmeath and Wexford.

 

The highway network in ERM consists of:

  • 51602 assignment nodes;
  • 77914 assignment links;
  • 6920 Priority Junctions; and
  • 1068 Signalised Junctions.

 

These areas are represented by 1,854 zones as follows:

  • County Dublin zones: 1,140;
  • County Kildare zones: 142;
  • County Wicklow zones: 107;
  • County Meath zones: 141;
  • County Louth zones: 82;
  • County Laois zones: 34;
  • County Offaly zones: 36;
  • County Monaghan zones: 29;
  • County Cavan zones: 36;
  • County Longford zones: 20;
  • County Westmeath zones: 40;
  • County Carlow zones: 19;
  • County Wexford zones: 18;
  • External zones: 7; and
  • Special zones: 3.

The image below shows the bus and rail network for the ERM. The public transport network in ERM consists of:

  • DART: 17 services;
  • Rail: 61 services;
  • Luas: 15 services;
  • Dublin Bus: 366 services;
  • Bus Éireann: 395 services; and
  • Other buses: 296 services.

The Development Reports for the ERM can be viewed below. Please note, appendices are available on request for certain reports.

ERM Zone System Development Report

ERM Road Model Development Report

ERM Public Transport Model Development Report

ERM Demand Model Calibration Report

ERM Active Modes Model Development Report