Pictured at the launch of the National Transport Authorities Integrated Implementation Plan 2013-2018 are Leo Varadkar TD, Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Alan Kelly TD, Minister for Public and Commuter Transport and Gerry Murphy, Chief Executive of the National Transport Authority at the construction site at the Rosie Hackett Bridge, which will take south-bound trams across the Liffey when the Luas Cross City opens for operations in 2017.
The Integrated Implementation Plan sets out the Authority’s programme of investment and development in the Greater Dublin Area (Dublin, Meath, Kildare, and Wicklow) for the next five years. It has been the subject of public consultation and has been statutorily approved by Minister Varadkar and now provides the framework for a capital and operational investment amounting to almost €900 million. Funding up to 2016 is included as part of the Government’s overall capital plan and funding for the remaining years of 2017 and 2018 will be addressed in the next national capital investment plan.
Click here for the full text of the Integrated Implementation Plan 2013-2018 on the National Transport Authority’s website.
Copies of the associated environmental assessment documents are also available.