The Dublin Loop was proposed by Cormac McKay as part of his Transport development policy for Dublin to deliver a desirable free public transport system.
Campaigning for the Directly Elected Mayor For Dublin
I am delighted that my proposed Citizens’ Assembly for Dublin is finally taking place.
It is my hope and recommendation that the CA recommends complete control of GDA transport and traffic policies for Dublin be devolved and removed from the National government of the day and the National Transport Authority and given to either a Minister for Transport for Dublin or the Directly Elected Mayor themselves. Transport for the GDA as the needs of Dublin transport users is and should be treated completely separately to national and rural users requirements and clear policies and would give a clear indication of who actually has responsibility and accountability to the electorate and prevent pass the parcel of blame for lack of service provision and prevent further us against them attitudes and some damaging interference from some national politicians with vested interests.
The Dublin Loop Was proposed by Cormac McKay as part of his Transport development policy for Dublin to deliver a desirable free public transport system and was planning on running in the race for the proposed position of Dublin’s first Directly Elected Mayor for Dublin that is currently being discussed by the new citizens’ assembly www.citizensassembly.ie/en/dublin-assembly
As an independent candidate who will assume responsibility for transport and traffic in Dublin from the poor management of the NTA National Transport Authority.
Unfortunately, the most recent publication of the Bill for the Directly Elected Mayor For Limerick does not cede any Transport accountabilities or policy responsibilities and will remain with the NTA.
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