A group of consultants has been appointed to oversee the delivery of Ireland’s first metro railway. Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) has appointed a “multidisciplinary client partner team” for Dublin’s MetroLink programme. MetroLink will be a high-capacity, high-frequency metro railway with 16 new stations running from Swords, to the north of Dublin, to Charlemont in the south of the city. “Anticipated to carry up to 50 million passengers annually, the new network will act as an integrator for existing air, rail, Dart, Dublin Bus and Luas services across the Greater Dublin Area,” TII said. Read the full story here.