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Ireland - Articles and news items

Dublin’s Phoenix Park Tunnel line opens following €13.7m investment

Rail industry news / 22 November 2016 /

Dublin’s Phoenix Park Tunnel line opened for commuter services on the 21st November following a £13.7 million investment.

The PTW rolls on into another country

Rail industry news / 3 June 2016 /

Weighwell Engineering Ltd have added to their extensive portfolio and recently installed the patent approved Portable Train Weigher (PTW) at Inchicore Works in Ireland.

Work begins on €13.7m Dublin Phoenix Park Tunnel upgrade

Rail industry news / 19 August 2015 /

Ireland’s Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Paschal Donohoe TD, has launched the €13.7 million government funded Phoenix Park Tunnel upgrade.

Opensky realises the future of European Real Time SMART passenger travel for Ireland

Rail industry news / 5 July 2013 /

“Technology can greatly improve the transport experience…”

Deploying Neopul’s know-how in Dublin

Issue 6 2010 / 10 December 2010 /

This report describes Neopul’s work on the Luas b1-400 extension of the Green Line from the Sandyford depot to Cherrywood industrial estate, which was opened to the public on 16 October 2010.

The green line was the existing connection from Dublin city centre (St. Stephen’s Green Station) and the recent developed Sandyford area with an extension of 9km. The scope of the B1-400 extension developed by Neopul, included the expansion of the existing line with more 7.5km towards the south from the existing Sandyford Stop to Brides Glen. This contract also included the expansion of the Sandyford Depot (2km of single track) in order to cater for the new vehicles.

Neopul’s dedicated work in Ireland

Issue 6 2008, Past issues / 3 December 2008 /

Details of how Neopul is actively working on some important projects in Ireland which include the Laois Traincare Depot, the LUAS Red Cow Rail Diversion and the LUAS B1-400 extension.

The Irish rail network transformation

Issue 4 2005, Past issues / 3 November 2005 /

Fast, frequent Intercity services operated by modern rolling stock. A commuter network which maximises capacity and plays the fullest role possible in meeting the transport needs of the Greater Dublin area. Enhanced local services. These are the three strands of development in what is the most exciting era for Ireland’s railways in generations. The development […]