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FLAWS IN BX LUAS LINE
"TRICKY" TRANSPORT
L.E.A.F. (Lucan Easy Access Flow)
TRANSPORT ORBITAL PLAN (TOP)
DISABILITY TRANSPORT USERS
MET Plan in "Summary"
CITY RAIL LINKUP IN DIAGRAM FASHION
TOM NEWTON CONTACT DETAILS.
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MOST IMPORTANT RAIL
NATIONAL CHILDRENS HOSPITAL
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WHITE ELEPHANTS
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THE 3 PLAN TRANSPORT SOLUTION
10 RAIL ROUTES INTO CITY...TOO MUCH IN ONE AREA
LUAS CITY BEST
LUAS CITY BLOC
CONYNGHAM ROAD
QUESTIONABLE TRANSPARENCY PLANNING
T.R.A.I.N.
NEW BUSES
ADAMSTOWN - KEY RAIL STATION
ADAMSTOWN LINKUP - 50 ADVANTAGES TO 'MET' PLAN
PARK RAIL TUNNEL AND NEW CONNOLLY NORTH RAIL STATION
TRANSPORT SOS (SAVE OUR SYSTEM)
"UNDUE INFLUENCE"
SAVE OUR BUS
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HISTORY OF 'CIRCLE TRANSPORT PLAN'
The S.D.L.P. Principles
New Provincial Bus Depot
Athlone to Mullingar Rail Link
Meeting Address by Tom Newton 08/10/11
GREEN LUAS 'LINK'
METRO MADNESS
RADIAL WASTE
FULL LUAS NETWORK STEP-BY-STEP DIAGRAMS
FULL LUAS NETWORK PLAN FOR DUBLIN
SAVING TRANSPORT 21 PLANS
Land Use for Transport
Rail Hub & Climate Change Transport
'Alternative Transport Metro' (ATM) Plan
TRANSPORT 'ONE' PLAN The "CIRCLE" Plan
REVERSE PASSENGER FLOW (RPT)
T21 + RADIAL SYSTEM AND METRO WASTE
CIRCLE RAIL AND CIRCLE LUAS PLANS
ALL IRELAND RAIL NETWORK - THE FINAL RAIL LINK - DONEGAL
TEN MAJOR FLAWS IN PUBLIC TRANSPORT
Suitable Appliance Facilitating Enforcement (S.A.F.E.)
TEN PLANNING GUIDELINES
TOM NEWTON AKA 'Circle Planner'
HOGUES INSURANCE SERVICES
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Maintenance Division
Transport in a bygone era
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The Bus Yard showing some buses - Think Safety!!
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***SEE OUR NEW BUS DESIGN BELOW***Conyngham Road Depot is situated between the River Liffey and the Phoenix Park in Dublin. It is also very close to Heuston Train Station. The bus routes that operate from Conyngham Road are the 13's, 68's, 69's, 76's, 40's, 79's (NEW 79A ROUTE TO PARKWEST FROM 17th JULY 2005), *NEW ROUTE* 151's. Harristown is the new Dublin Bus garage  that  opened on 31st October 2004. The company moved the 66/26 and 67 routes to Phibsboro Garage as part of the reorganisation of routes when Harristown opened. Routes 25/25A moved to Phibsboro Garage in early 2007. The new route 151 NOW operates from the Docklands (part of the IFSC) off the North Quays past the Point Depot and around the back. It travels through Dolphin's Barn, Crumlin, Walkinstown (Long Mile Road), Clondalkin, Lucan (Griffeen Road) and terminates at the  Train Station in Adamstown, just after Grange Castle Business Park

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I know Conyngham Road is a popular depot, but now we are having the Dublin Bus Tours visit the depot as well. I hope the drivers are telling our visitors just how hard we work as a team in Conyngham Road. I mean, let's face it, it looks like we are as popular on the tours now as President McAleese living in the Phoenix Park opposite. Ah, fame at last.

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The photographs (below) are the first photographs, (courtesy of Team Conyngham Road's SIPTU Dublin Bus Branch Representative Graham Cleary), of the new type buses purchased by Dublin Bus and soon coming to a Dublin Bus Depot near you in late 2007. Graham and his colleagues went to Scotland recently to oversee the delivery schedule of the new buses. As you can see from the photographs, the new buses are an excellent choice for Dublin Bus as we continually aim to improve our services and comfort to our valued and loyal customers.

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The webmaster for this local initiative Dublin Bus website is Paddy Downey.  Paddy has a BA Degree from the National College of Ireland and an MA Degree from Keele University in England. His main subjects studied were Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management. Paddy is delighted with the response from visitors to the website and thanks all the participants for making the site such a success. As it is a local initiative website Paddy is still eager to hear from staff who wish to be part of the site. You can get Paddy in the garage on week days or to phone or send email to Paddy - go to the "Contact Us" page.

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Inspector Peter Casey, (below right), in his safety garb looking in pensive mood as he comtemplates what to do after this photographer is finished wasting Peter's time. But seriously, Peter is the well-known 'Logo King' of Conyngham Road Depot after his extraordinary contribution to the 2006 QCA Committee where his safety logo ended up on special pens and on one of the flags flying above the Depot. Peter is also an excellent member of the Inspector grade in the Depot. His excellent customer skills are put to the test daily and he passes this test with consummate ease. 

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The picture, right, shows Inspector Dessie Dunne hard at work in the Depot Operations room. Dessie HAS NOW RETIRED (2006) AND WE WISH HIM EVERY HAPPINESS AND GOOD HEALTH IN HIS RETIREMENT.Needless to say, he will be badly missed.

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