Iarnród Éireann to spend €3.3m improving access to Dublin train stations

Company to start programme of investment in lift replacement and upgrades next week

Iarnród Éireann chief executive, Jim Meade, said accessibility was central to the design of all improvements planned for new trains and improved station facilities being introduced under the National Development Plan. Photograph: Frank Miller

Iarnród Éireann chief executive, Jim Meade, said accessibility was central to the design of all improvements planned for new trains and improved station facilities being introduced under the National Development Plan. Photograph: Frank Miller

Iarnród Éireann is to spend €3.3 million on upgrading lifts at 12 train stations in Dublin to improve access for passengers with reduced mobility.

The company announced it will begin a major programme of investment in lift replacement and upgrades next week in order to improve the reliability of lift systems and accessibility on the rail network.

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