The council claimed the results are a result of the Dublin Port Tunnel, Quality Bus Corridors and dublinbikes scheme.
What does QBC stand for?
QBC stands for Quality Bus Corridor (Dublin Transportation Office; Dublin, Ireland)
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- Quad Building Block
- Quality's Best & Beautiful (cheese; Japan)
- Queensboro Bridge (New York, NY)
- Queens and Bronx Building Association (New York)
- Queensland Bed and Breakfast Association Inc. (Australia)
- Quebec Board of Black Educators, Inc. (Canada)
- Qatar British Business Forum (Doha, Qatar)
- Q.B. Boydstun Library (Fort Gibson, OK)
- Queensland Bloodstock Breeders Sales (Australia)
- Quick Bulletin Board System
- Quantitative Buffy Coat
- Queens Badminton Club (New York)
- Queer Black Cinema (film series and festival; New York)
- Quehanna Boot Camp (est. 1992; Pennsylvania Department of Corrections)
- Query by Committee (algorithm)
- Quinault Baptist Church (Kennewick, WA)
- Queensland Blind Cricket Association
- Queensland Body Corporate Association (Australia)
- Quantin Binnah Community Centre (Australia)
- Quentin Burdick Center for Cooperatives (North Dakota State University; Fargo, ND)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Dublin has created quality bus corridors which make the journey time less by bus than by car.
A well-managed, high frequency, quality bus corridor can move as many people in an hour as an eight-lane motorway.
Iarnrod Eireann's Barry Kenny said: "It has been a true public transport success story and helped pave the way for investment in other initiatives including quality bus corridors, commuter rail services and Luas.
Bus passengers will benefit with pounds 220,000 spent on improving the corridor of the Route 66 from Whit-nash to Warwick and Leamington; pounds 30,000 on looking at a quality bus corridor from Coventry to Leam- ington; and pounds 200,000 on Rugby to Leam-ington bus services.
The programme will include 15 new Quality Bus Corridors across Merseyside, the development of Quality Bus Partnerships with Merseytravel's district partners and the bus operators, and the introduction of 315 new bus shelters a year.
From the metro, to the LUAS and the increased investment in buses, high speed quality bus corridors and more DART and suburban rail services.