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Saturday, 24 March 2018
National Transport Authority outlines €3bn underground Metro plan
Plans for a €3bn underground Metro service in Dublin have been announced by the National Transport Authority. NTA Chief Executive Anne Graham said the 26km track should be operational by 2027 if it succeeds in the planning process. The line will run from Sandyford in south Dublin to beyond Swords in north Dublin and also take in Dublin Airport. The Metro would travel overground from Sandyford to Charlemont where it will go underground to the airport. The Luas Green line would shuttle between Brides Glen and Sandyford and from Charlemont to Broombridge.