NTA presents the BusConnects Strategy for Dublin Bus

NTA presents the BusConnects Strategy for Dublin Bus

The following is an extract from an articles on the Dublin Inquirer website which can be read in full here  (the photo is by Destiny Esaw and is taken from the article):

"The BusConnects project is ambitious. The National Transport Authority (NTA) launched the plan, on 29 May, to more-or-less entirely review the public transport network for Dublin. Its aim is to grow bus usage in Dublin by 50 percent, mainly by making the network simpler to use and understand. In the crude but real terms of delivering additional bums on seats, BusConnects could be the equivalent of 7 new Metro North schemes, 20 dublinbikes schemes or 6 Luas Cross City schemes. Take your pick."

The Dublin Inquirer article should be of interest to all residents; the NTA presents the BusConnects Strategy for Dublin Bus and there is a public feedback survey element that is of note for residents also:

"The BusConnects website also directs you to undertake a short survey. This is worth doing and itself gives a useful understanding of the key messages involved (hint: it’s about transferability and directness).