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Dublin

Dublin is the economic power of Ireland. When the Celtic Tiger was roaring Dublin grew very rapidly. Luckily, the powers that be recognized that Dublin needed more then buses.

In 1984 DART commuter rail opened as an electrified line running north and south. Later, more suburban rail lines opened. A major restructuring project of the commuter network is planned with more commuter line being electrified and be under the DART umbrella.

In 2004, Dublin opened two light rail lines called LUAS (meaning speed) to fill more needs to improve regional mobility. Further transit expansion has slowed with the slowing of the Celtic Tiger, but plans for expansion are still in the works.

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