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The Dart: No Ordinary Day RTE program about a day of the DART.

  • 05-12-2022 10:06pm
    Registered Users Posts: 14,824 ✭✭✭✭

    Anyone watching it?

    So some scum have put graffiti on one of the cars and it can cost from 8 to 20k to remove it. I think the little sh-its that done it should be made remove it.

    Also can you paint over Graffiti?

    Maybe that would work out cheaper and they woukd then not have to repair the Window seals.

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  • Registered Users Posts: 78,935 ✭✭✭✭Atlantic Dawn

    Decent enough documentary.

    The majority of the graffiti takes place overnight when the DART's are parked up, I'd say a good solution would be to put fencing or shielding close up to the sides of the carriages in the holding areas so there's less than a foot of space between that and the carriage so it wouldn't be possible for someone to fit in the gap to spray them. No idea how feasable that would be but when parked up they seem to be in a non-curved position.

    The lack of automatic ramps on the DART to assist users with mobility issues is a disgrace especially with the refits, glad they showed that complete shambles. Resolving it would assist those with buggies or walking issues too, a win win situation for all users.

  • Registered Users Posts: 15,100 ✭✭✭✭whisky_galore

    The sybil liberdees people would be all over that one, cruel and unusual punishment, not to mention having people there to train and supervise these scrotes. Would probably cost as much to remove conventionally.