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Sligo connection seen as lacking hyperlink in proposed rail map

‘Three wee yellow strains’ would make all of the distinction to the proposed rail map for Eire, in accordance with one Donegal County Councillor.

The All-Eire Rail Overview was printed yesterday, proposing the long-awaited return of rail to Donegal.

A connection from Letterkenny to Derry would hyperlink to the Dublin-Belfast hyperlink at Newry.

Nonetheless, a spot within the map has been identified between Letterkenny, south Donegal and Sligo.

All-Island Rail Overview.

Cllr Gary Doherty took to drawing his personal map.

“For the love of God, these three wee yellow strains that I’ve added would make such an enormous distinction. How did no person discover that Letterkenny wasn’t related to Sligo, Sligo to Galway and Omagh to Enniskillen?,” he tweeted.

Sinn Féin MEP for the Midlands North-West, Chris MacManus, mentioned the evaluation ought to solely be a place to begin for Donegal, a county that has been crying out for rail connectivity.

He mentioned: “A cursory look on the proposed rail map within the evaluation reveals evident infrastructural inadequacies. To go from Ballina to Sligo… or from Sligo to Letterkenny a passenger must go through Mullingar and Portadown traversing about ten counties. We’d like an actual all-Eire rail community match for all our residents, in all thirty-two counties.”

MacManus known as on Transport Minister Eamon Ryan to behave now and put money into rail. He went on to accuse successive governments of neglecting the West and North-West.

“The West and North-West have suffered on account of many years of neglect by successive Fianna Fáil and Tremendous Gael governments. Regional imbalance must be addressed if we’re to develop sustainably and pretty throughout our island.

“This neglect should finish. The folks of West and North-West deserve higher, and the federal government should now act and make investments to assist the area develop sustainably.”


Sligo connection seen as lacking hyperlink in proposed rail map was final modified: July twenty sixth, 2023 by Rachel McLaughlin