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Dáil Éireann Debate, Tuesday - 14 December 2021

Tuesday, 14 December 2021

Questions (188, 189)

Darren O'Rourke

Question:

188. Deputy Darren O'Rourke asked the Minister for Transport the funding allocation for public transport in Budget 2021 and Budget 2022, respectively by current and capital funding in tabular form. [61527/21]

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Darren O'Rourke

Question:

189. Deputy Darren O'Rourke asked the Minister for Transport the total allocation for public transport in Budget 2022, by current and capital funding; and the accompanying project list to which these allocations are assigned in tabular form. [61528/21]

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Written answers (Question to Transport)

I propose to take Questions Nos. 188 and 189 together.

Funding allocations for 2021 and 2022 are set out each year in tabular form in the Revised Estimates for Public Services which is available to view on

The relevant subheads for 2021 are B7 Public Service - The Revised Estimates Volumes for the Public Service (www.gov.ie). Service Provision Payments and B8 Sustainable Mobility Investment Programme, while for 2022 the relevant subheads will be B4 Public Service Provision Payments and B5 Public Transport Investment and A3 Active Travel.

Public Service Provision Payments relates to the Public Service Obligation (PSO) payments to public transport operators.

Capital funding in 2021 was allocated to the following programmes: accessibility retrofit programme; active travel programme; bus programme; heavy rail investment; infrastructure manager multi-annual contract (heavy rail); light rail (Luas and Metro); and the ticketing and technology programme.

Capital funding in 2022 will be allocated to the following programmes: accessibility retrofit programme; bus programme; heavy rail investment; infrastructure manager multi-annual contract (heavy rail); light rail (Luas and Metro); and the ticketing and technology programme and the Active Travel Programme under Subhead A3.

Question No. 189 answered with Question No. 188.
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