07 Nov '14, 3pm

@PatrickConboy hi, no - this document is issued by the NTA, who also issued a supporting press release and summary

The National Transport Authority today (November 4th, 2014) published a summary of its Heavy Rail Census for the year 2013 – which records information on all passenger boardings and alightings (every station, every service) on November 14, 2013 – a “representative” day unaffected by traditional holiday periods, and when all places of work and education are in full session. The results are presented alongside data collected the previous year – on November 15, 2012 – and begin to show trends in rail travel around the country. Prior to 2012, Census details were collected at Greater Dublin Area (GDA) stations (Dublin, Meath, Kildare, Wicklow) only. The main findings from the 2013 Census are: Approximately 123,500 journeys were taken across some 660 services Nearly 1 in 2 rail passenger journeys in the State is taken on the DART A further third of all rail journeys is taken on ...

Full article: http://www.nationaltransport.ie/news/heavy-rail-census-fo...

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