Re: Re: Cork Transport
No need to go Northside (apart from Kent) because the main development corridor there is on the rail line, which will connect, or East for the same reason. Also, North is where the real hills are in Cork, which would make life very expensive. The Depot could be out somewhere near Carrig too, saving land in the city.
I disagree with you… there should be a line that goes out the Mallow Road towads Blackpool and continues to Blarney… this is a major development zone with planning for in excess of 3,000 units to be built.
Blarney is also a major tourist area in the soon to be suburbs of our city.
There is a huge amount of commuter traffic also coming from North Cork which could be diverted to a park and ride in the Blarney area.