Innovation and Networks Executive Agency

Rail City centre re-signalling project

2014-IE-TM-0215-W

The Action is located on the pre-identified section Corcaigh/Cork-Dublin–Baile Átha Cliath/Belfast of the Core Network Corridor North Sea-Mediterranean and addresses the objectives and priorities of TEN-T policy and of the CEF call.

 

It aims at upgrading rail services within the Greater Dublin Area to eliminate the capacity bottleneck through the city-centre and along the Dublin-Belfast (Ireland/UK) crossborder service. The existing signaling system in Dublin is outdated and is not capable of meeting the requirements for increased train frequencies required to meet the needs of existing rail traffic and further future increases to be delivered as part of the DART Underground Programme. The Action includes several activities related to signalling, electrification and telecoms installation, civil works and track installations.

 

Estimated cost of the action:

 

€43,600,628.27
 

Percentage of EU support:  

 

30%

Maximum EU contribution: 

 

€13,080,188.48

 

Download the Info Sheet about this project:

/inea/en/file/fiche2014-ie-tm-0215-wfinal.pdf.pdf

 

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2014-IE-TM-0215-W

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Member States involved:

Ireland

 

Implementation schedule:

Start date: January 2014

End date: December 2018

 

Beneficiary & implementing body:

  Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport

 

Additional information:

 European Commission, DG MOVE

 Coordinator's report on the Corridor