29 DECEMBER - GRANGEGORMAN TRAM STOP

GRANGEGORMAN TRAM STOP

More than 20,000 full-time and part-time students will eventually attend the new consolidated DIT college campus on the site of the former St Brendan’s Hospital by 2020. The Campus is currently served by two new tram stops [Grangegorman and Broadstone/DIT] but I suspect that the Grangegorman stop is the one that the majority of students will use.

Local residents fear that the area will become overwhelmed by students, who would account for 60 per cent of the population in the Grangegorman area especially as apartment blocks for up to 10,000 students are currently under construction.
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