Re: Re: college green/ o’connell street plaza and pedestrians

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@a boyle wrote:

No my answer was build the interconnector and the tram (7 ) which you would have noticed if you stopped focussing on trying to be clever.

As both Luas lines display neither has sufficient capacity and the interconnector will represent as a parralell version of the metro whilst serious congestion can be expected on the Sandyford line.

@a boyle wrote:

The northern line currently can’t take any more train because of congestion .As allready posted the docklands station or broadstone

I don’t think that existing users of the Maynooth commuter service would accept this as most of them continue their journey beyond Connolly and this would make DART connection impossible in a single change.

@a boyle wrote:

The construction of a grade seperated slipway from the interconnector to the northern line will allow frequencies of up to 90 seconds. thats 60/1.5*2.5= 100 thousand per hour per direction. So it will be able to cope today and for the next 100 years. That is called good planning. .

This exists already what do you think Spencer Dock was prior to development?

@a boyle wrote:

but i am sure that a 90 metre tram is more important than 300 metre train .yes well done.

Where are the 90m trams? If 90m island platforms were introduced entire alignments would have to be taken out of service and reinstatement would result in long closure periods as statutory safety periods were observed; this is unfortunately a non-runner on safety grounds

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