Dublin Transport

By now, people living in Dublin must have seen the cool appearance of election posters everywhere, esp. on the electric poles :) ; the elections being scheduled for May 24, 2007, the announcement came last weekend and in one night, there were posters all around. Anyhoo the post is about transportation, Irish Times is reporting that SF (Sinn Féin) has unveiled a new Transport Policy for Dublin. Read Here. Hihglights are: 500 new Dublin buses, new rail networks, abolish motorway and toll roads & more investment on M50, among others.

One thing, which I consider very important for an efficient public transportation is the connectivity between different mediums of transportation, which is probably missing in here.

What do think you about it? Is it good enough?

3 Comments so far

  1. naomi (unregistered) on May 3rd, 2007 @ 2:43 am

    presidential elections?

    i am on metroblogging paris and we are having elections for the next french president

    nicolas sarkozy or selogene royal


  2. Mohan S (unregistered) on May 3rd, 2007 @ 12:02 pm

    No, its not presidential elections. They are elections for prime minister and national parliamentary elections.

    yeah, i read about the TV debate yesterday between royal and sarkozy.. even thou’ i have no say on them but i feel like royal should win, might give a new prespective to french people :))

    cheers


  3. Mag (unregistered) on May 10th, 2007 @ 11:16 pm

    Hi,

    I agree with you Mohan! The connectivity between transport is important. but what is also very important is to communicate the very information of the actual transport network to users, especially to new users and foreigners.

    For example, it is quite a nightmare for bus users to figure what bus to take for a particular destination. Saying otherwise, it is very very annoying that there is no comprehensive map of the bus network. However there is apparently a new website which is trying to fullfil that need, (www.dublincitybus.com), it is apparently still under development (bus network is incomplete) but I think it already helps a lot!

    Cheers



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