DART Underground to be redesigned to reduce costs

The €3bn DART Underground project is to be redesigned to reduce costs.

IRELAND: The €3bn DART Underground project in Dublin ‘will not proceed as currently designed’ but will instead be ‘redesigned to provide a lower cost technical solution’, Minister for Transport, Tourism & Sport Paschal Donohoe announced on September 22.

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