cgcsb wrote:no not one. The nearest terminals are on fleet st and Hawkins street. Not one of them is on College Green.
1, 2, 3, 7b, 7d, 7n, 11/a, 13/a, 14, 14a, 15, 15a, 15b, 15e, 15f, 15n, 16, 16a, 19, 19a, 20b, 25, 25a, 25x, 25n, 26, 27n, 29n, 31n, 33n, 37, 38/a, 39b/c, 39n, 40n, 41x, 41n, 42n, 44, 44b, 44n, 46a, 46b, 46c, 46d, 46e, 48a, 48n, 49n, 50, 51n, 54n, 56/a, 63, 66, 66a, 66b, 66d, 66x, 66n, 67, 67a, 67x, 67n, 69n, 70/a, 70n, 74, 74a, 77, 77a, 77x, 83, 84n, 88n, 92, 116, 118, 121, 122, 123, 128, 140, 142, 145, 151, 150, 746 all stop , according to Dublin Bus, at Trinity College...I can't be sure, but I know that at least 5 of these that I've traveled on call "last stop" there.
Anyway, it dosn't really make a difference whether or not they make their final stop at college green.What matters is that they pass through it, stopping and lingering on the way.
cgcsb wrote:if the Port Tunnel can be comleted in 6 years. Why not this tunnel? it'd be far shorter, would have no under water sevtions and need not be of motorway standard.
Because there is no money and no vision to do it..Other than the vision of some people on this forum.
Do you really think it appropriate to spend money on a tunnel for cars in the city center rather than spending every spare euro on an improved mass public transport?(A tunnel would only be of modest benefit to bus travel times.)
I believe a pedestrianised Green could be achieved without the large amount of cash required to build an underground tunnel in the city center.