Archaeology & Heritage
Consideration of archaeology is fully integrated into TII's transport planning process for national roads, light rail and metro.
Archaeology & Heritage Section
The section is responsible for the management of the archaeological implications of national road and light rail projects.
Find out about the finds and discoveries made before and during construction of the Luas Red and Green Lines and Luas Cross City.
Also in this section
In addition to archaeological works on national road and light rail schemes, TII also funds a number of formal research projects.
Archaeological services are required in the initial planning stages of transport projects in order to inform the selection of the appropriate route.
Seanda Ezine is an online magazine that features occasional articles relating to new archaeological discoveries and resources from TII Archaeology & Heritage.