McCreevy said that the locations were picked because of their access to "road and rail routes".
Trim lost it's rail service in 1963
Cavan Town lost it's rail service in 1963
Knock never had a rail service and the Western Rail Corridor (nearest line) lost it's sevice in 1974 and is deemed unviable by the present government even though they are opening offices all allowing new towns and hosuing estate to spring up all along it.
Sounds like a FF re-election ploy and nothing else.
BTW he said no to Cardon Tax and yes to more motorways and tax relife on inner city car parks and Ireland now ofically is one of the most polluted countries in the EU thanks to auto emmisions and we face hundreds of million in fines. But McCreevy is doing everything to increse emmision.
something just ain't right... The road building lobby are spending our taxes and we'll end up paying the fines for our air quality. How come nobody talks about this?