Minister promises Interconnector will go ahead

March 2009
Railways Illustrated;Mar2009, Vol. 7 Issue 3, p67
The article reports on the announcement of Noel Dempsey, Minister for the Department of Transport, that the plan for the underground interconnector between Dublin's docklands and Heuston station will proceed in Ireland. Dempsey expressed his confidence that the project will finish on schedule despite the serious deterioration in public finance. He expects that the services will start in 2015.


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