The Navan to Dublin Rail line was first promised to Meath in 1994 by Noel Dempsey. He has dined out politically on this promise for over 15 years. The only constant throughout those years is that each deadline for delivery has been broken. Recently the money for the rail lines was dropped from the governments capital infrastructural plan. If the money is not in the government's capital investment plan where is it going to come from? Is an increasing desperate Dempsey just looking to make it across the line in the 2012 General Election? If the money exits for the project, its quite simple, Dempsey, Show Meath the Money. This project is central to the development of the county. We will not let Gravy Train Dempsey off the hook for one second until it is delivered. Join the campaign for the Rail Line. Sign the petition. Deputy Mayor Of Navan, Peadar Tóibín
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Carmel, Ireland4 years ago Comments: We need a railway, now. A railway is now overdue.
Edmund Hobbs, Ireland4 years ago Comments: We have waited too long for this line, dont build a parkway and expect people to use it, bring it to us, not when your almost in the city of Dublin, then get brought to Docklands
Olivia Davis, Spain4 years ago Comments: -
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