Shortall, Róisín

Tuesday, 15 February 2005

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 597 No. 5

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Priority Questions - Rail Network.

Asked the minister: his views on the optimum manner of providing a rail link to Dublin Airport; and when he expects to make proposals to Cabinet on this.More Button

I was not looking for a history lesson. We all know what proposals are there. I asked for the Minister’s thinking on the proposal. What does he believe is the best way of serving the northside and the...More Button

What does the Minister mean when he says that they have been involved in putting these things on the table? They already are on the table.More Button

What is needed is decision making.More Button

When is he likely to go to Government with it?More Button

Did he steal the Minister’s thunder? We look forward to an early decision. The Minister is answering for his two predecessors who dragged their heels on transport initiatives in the Dublin area. What ...More Button

Is the Minister saying the metro is dead?More Button

Priority Questions - Road Network.

In that case, why is there traffic gridlock?More Button

Other Questions - Rail Network.

Can the Minister give an indication of his priority? Is he giving an undertaking that the northside will receive priority? Within days of his appointment, the Minister talked about joining up the two ...More Button

If the Minister proceeds with the interconnector, I take it he will not come up with a separate solution for joining the two Luas lines. The interconnector connects those lines. I hope the Minister wi...More Button

The Minister mentioned the increase in the rate of car ownership and said these projects cannot be carried out overnight. However, what could be done overnight to greatly improve the traffic situation...More Button

The additional funding was €275 million.More Button

Why does the Minister not keep the promises he made?More Button

The Minister has not done so and is not doing so.More Button

Why does the Minister not deliver on his commitment?More Button

He has not done so.More Button

Written Answers - Private Sector Funding.

Asked the minister: if his attention has been drawn to efforts by Aer Lingus unions to raise their shareholding in the national airline; his views on such a move; the way in which this will affect plans to privatise or s...More Button

Written Answers - Road Safety.

Asked the minister: his views on the success of Operation Lifesaver for the Christmas and new year period; if his attention has been drawn to the fact that the number of road deaths recorded during this period is back to...More Button

Written Answers - Health Centres.

Asked the minister: if she will report on the protracted discussions which took place between her Department and the Northern Area Health Board regarding the provision of a new health centre in Ballymun, Dublin 9; the re...More Button


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