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Unread 23-08-2011, 10:46   #1
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Default Possible renaming of Phoenix Park Station

http://www.irishrail.ie/news_centre/...w&news_id=1187

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Possible renaming of Phoenix Park Station by Corporate Communications


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Following customer feedback, we are considering the possibility of renaming Phoenix Park Station.

While the station was originally named Phoenix Park as it was built to facilitate the residential development on the old Phoenix Park racecourse site, we have had feedback that the name may cause some confusion for those visiting the public amenity that is Phoenix Park, which is not convenient to the station.

We want to hear what our customers think - do you have a suggestion for a new name for the station or do you think we should keep the Phoenix Park name?

Let us know via twitter @irishrail or by following us on Facebook and commenting there.

Please note our policy is to name stations by reference to the geographic area the station serves, and not after individuals or groups.

Phoenix Park Station opened in January 2008 on the Maynooth-Dublin commuter line, between Castleknock and Ashtown Stations. It is served by 40 trains in each direction to and from the city. There is a 100-space park and ride facility at the station also.
I think it should be renamed Navan Road

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