Greater Dublin Area (GDA) Draft Transport Strategy 2022-2042 – Public Consultation Extended to Jan 10th 2022

On Tuesday 9th November 2021, the National Transport Authority (NTA) commenced a second round of public consultation on the Greater Dublin Area (GDA) Draft Transport Strategy 2022-2042.

The draft strategy for Greater Dublin Area 2022-2042 is proposed to replace the existing Transport Strategy for the Greater Dublin Area 2016-2035 which was approved by the then Minister of Transport in 2016. Under the Dublin Transport Authority Act, the National Transport Authority (NTA) must review the Transport Strategy every 6 years. This review assesses the implementation of the current plan, and looks to produce an updated strategy which will set out the framework for investment in transport infrastructure and services in the Greater Dublin Area, taking us to 2042.

The public consultation has now been extended to accept submissions until 5pm on Monday 10th January 2022.

This consultation will continue to take place online, allowing the public to provide their views on the proposals.

We would like to remind you that the following information can be found on our website :

  • GDA Draft Transport Strategy document – Available in English, Irish and accessible PDF.
  • GDA Draft Transport Strategy Executive Summary document– Available in English, Irish, accessible PDF and Easy to Read.
  • Technical Reports – Supporting technical reports.
  • Online Feedback Form – The consultation portal is available on our website where submissions can be made.

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