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In the mid-1990s, the Greater Dublin area continued to experience a population boom.
Such commuter trains as existed were ageing slam-door stock on unreliable old locomotives ( the better stock was for intercity use ).
DART was limited in terms of capacity and route.
New diesel railcars were ordered, and added first to the Kildare suburban route.
The route from Clonsilla to Maynooth was double-tracked and further diesel railcars ordered, and the reopening of stations such as Drumcondra.
Again, the North-South Dublin route saw new railcars provide services to Dundalk and Arklow.
A number of orders were made for new DART carriages, the first for over a decade.

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