Kent Station to unveil it's €10 million revamp tomorrow
The redevelopment of the station's entrance took almost two years to complete
The Kent station redevelopment ffers a number of new fetures for passengers.
Passengers can now access Horgan's quays for the first time through an underground pedestrian route.
Passengers will also be able to use the underground concourse to link with the exisitnbg subway and enter the station's building.
Other features include improved car park failities, a new foyer and access to a public transport hub which provides three bus services.
According to a report in the Irish Examiner, the taxi rank, car park and set down area will continue to operate as per normal.
Irish Rail say the new entrance will allow for future development at Horgan's Quay to link with the multi million euro doklands development.
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