Cross-border upgrade plan

The existing Enterprise push-pull trainsets would be replaced by new stock as part of the planned speed-up. (Photo: Tony Miles)

EUROPE: North-south rail services between Belfast and Dublin could be upgraded over the coming years, under a three-stage development strategy agreed by Irish national operator Iarnród Éireann and its Northern Irish counterpart Translink.

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