Multi Way is a state-of the-art
transportation system, bringing rail, coach and car transport modes together in the
Kells - Navan - Dublin Corridor.
How does it work?
Multi Way is an integrated
solution for travel in Meath. Users purchase a simple top-up card - the M-card
- and then simply "bleep on" and "bleep off" whether they're
getting a minibus, aircoach-style bus or a train in the region. It's simple and hassle-free.
Multi Way features state-of
the-art high-frequency rail and coach services with feeder minibuses, linking
Kells, Navan, Bellinter, Kilmessan, Trim, Dunshaughlin, Ashbourne, Ratoath, Dunboyne,
Clonee, Clonsilla and Dublin City Centre. As Multi Way expands,
Drogheda, Duleek, Slane and Nobber will also become accessible.
How will it benefit me?
Multi Way cuts current annual
travel costs by over 40% on average, and by up to 70% if users switch completely
to rail and coach. By taking two-thirds of traffic away, and upgrading the N3
into Meath, driving also becomes relaxing and more reliable - a great deal by any
I'm in business - what does Multi
Way mean for me?
Multi Way cuts transport costs
significantly through improved reliability and reduced congestion. It dramatically
improves Meath's accessibility and the region's attractiveness as a place to live
and work - and it's sustainable too!
How can I take part?
Multi Way is accessible
to all, and involves people right from the very start in its design and specification.
Focus on Multi Way...to the heart of Meath's
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