To: Mr Hugh Creegan, CEO of National Transport Agency

More Bus Shelters for Inchicore & Kilmainham

Photo by Anne Nygård on Unsplash
Students, workers, pupils, families and pensioners need more bus shelters in Inchicore and Kilmainham.

Many passengers currently wait in the rain and hail with no shelter and no RTPI.

We the undersigned, ask you, Hugh Creegan to please add the following list of new shelter location to the schedule of works for 2023/2024.

Bulfin road
1375 no RTPI - next to further education college
1376 no shelter, no RTPI

SUir road
1371 no RTPI

1370 no shelter no RTPI
1377 no shelter
1369 no shelter no RTPI
1378 no shelter no RTPI

Old Kilmainham road /mount brown
1994 no shelter
1943 no shelter no RTPI
1944 no RTPI
1993 no shelter no RTPI

Tyrconnell road -
1950 no RTPI ,
1987 no RTPI ,
1986 no shelter no RTPI
1948 no shelter no RTPI

Grattan crescent
2642 No RTPI

Emmet road
1946 no RTPI
1945 no RTPI
1990 no shelter
1989 no shelter - huge amount of passengers (see photo )

Why is this important?

Other areas like Castleknock
Have a steel bus shelter at every bus stop and a €5,500 belly bin. Residents in Inchicore and Kilmainham would like their bus stops upgraded to the same standard as other areas; with a shelter, RTPI and a bin.
Inchicore Sq, Kilmainham, Dublin, Ireland

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