Cork suburban go-ahead

IRISH Transport Minister Séamus Brennan has approved the development of a three-line suburban rail network in Cork, at an estimated cost of €90m. Visiting the city on May 21 to open a new park and ride site, he said the network should be operational by 2007.

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