Public Transport

    Bus Connects is a major infrastructure project that aims to overhaul the current bus system in Dublin City. It will do this through a €2 Billion, 10-year programme of integrated actions to deliver a more efficient, reliable and better bus system for more people. The project has the ambitious aim of increasing bus passenger numbers by 50% to over 200 million passenger journeys per year.

    We were appointed by the National Transport Authority to undertake the Feasibility and Options Study for three of the sixteen Core Bus Corridors (CBCs) that form part of the Dublin Bus Connects project. This consisted of a constraints study for three large areas of Dublin City, assessing the feasibility of each of the three CBCs and ultimately led to the concept design of 45 km of bus corridors on busy, constrained urban roads.

    Client: National Transport Authority
    Location: Dublin City
    Value: Undisclosed