Transportation accessibility issues and the location of a national facility: The case of a new paediatric hospital to serve the Republic of Ireland

@inproceedings{Murphy2007TransportationAI,
  title={Transportation accessibility issues and the location of a national facility: The case of a new paediatric hospital to serve the Republic of Ireland},
  author={Enda E. Murphy and James E. Killen},
  year={2007}
}
Abstract This study considers the accessibility of three locations that were identified for consideration by the Health Services Executive for locating a new national children's hospital: The Mater, St. James's and Tallaght. Accessibility to each of these sites is considered first within the context of the Dublin region and then with respect to the area outside that region. For the Dublin region, a Dublin Transportation Office data set that gives travel times in the peak and off‐peak periods is… CONTINUE READING

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