Re: Re: transport21
The dart underground interconnector serves the Guinness Compound and Heuston very well.
The CIE Inchicore Railway Works (80 acres) will have direct access to the dart underground interconnector.
That is all true, but the point is:
CIE have no plans to shrink their railhead and develop the Heuston lands and,
The CIE Inchicore Works residents with fight to the death to prevent their middle-class enclave being joined by a medium density public transporation hub that links to the rest of Inchicore and, horrow of horrors, Ballyfermot!
So we’ll be paying for state-of-the-art infrastructure that services mostly dead land!
Link the provision of Dart underground to well planned, medium density, urban regeneration, using CPO powers if necessary, and we might get somewhere.