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Work is due to commence new year on a new railway station in Dublin's Docklands. The station, which will be located between the IFSC and the Point Depot, will be used by trains from lines to the west of the city.
It is hoped it will ease the strain on the city's existing central rail system. The go ahead for the project was announced t by transport minister Martin Cullen, following the release of the pre-budget Book of Estimates. Mr Cullen also said a sum of €9 million is being set aside to start delivering integrated ticketing in Dublin.
Source: Business World
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