Irish freight struggles to make case for Western Rail Corridor
The case for reopening a rail route along the west coast of Ireland is poor, despite interest in mixed traffic. The prospect of freight traffic along a reopened section of line has not been proven, according to reports commissioned by the Irish rail authority. However, local groups claim the reports had too narrow a remit, and did not consider the wider network advantages of completing a reopening programme along the whole west coast of Ireland.
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