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Unread 17-04-2013, 16:15   #13
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We feel there is a good case for a 06:00 service but every year we get told the business case doesn't stack up.
If they just put an 06.00 on for a few months and scrapped the 08.00 for example or even replace the 07.00 service whichever has lower loads and costs wouldn't increase and they could test the market.

As we all know economic considerations do not apply where a government ministers constituency is involved, the loss on Nenagh is increasing where as the loss elsewhere is decreasing.
I know you probaly can't post much detail about there finances but do you know if the WRC is increasing or decreasing losses and with the new timetable and improvments to Heuston services is this being reflected in passenger numbers or the current ones just paying higher fares to close the gaps.
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