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Online Public Meeting On Navan Rail Line “New Viability Assessment”

Chair of the Meath On Track Campaign & Meath West TD Peadar Tóibín has announced an Online Public Meeting by the Meath On Track Campaign for the 15th of December to keep the pressure on and to discuss the “new viability assessment” of the Navan Rail Line.

An Teachta Tóibín:

“The announcement by the National Transport Authority of a “New Viability Assessment” into the Navan Rail Line is a welcome, but overdue, announcement. However, now is not the time to take the foot off the gas. We need to ramp up the pressure as part of the Meath On Track campaign to send a clear message to the NTA: Meath deserves and needs a fit for purpose rail line. The first step in putting the pressure on the NTA is to hold a public meeting online to discuss the announcement and what we can do to keep the pressure on to get the Rail Line extension to Navan.”

“I have already been in touch with the NTA, to request and organise a meeting between myself as Chair of the Meath On Track Campaign and the consultant chosen to carry out the viability assessment. Furthermore, we in Meath On Track, will be making submission to the NTA’s assessment consultants and we will be asking as many people, businesses and communities as possible to do so as well. Getting to this point is testament to the powerful work done so far, let’s finish this out and finally get Meath On Track!”

By Aontú Press | 24 November, 2020



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