Racism has no place on public transport

09 August '19
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Luas calls on all customers to “Join us on the journey” toward a public transport free of racism in conjunction with all major transport providers. Each year, Transport for Ireland and the Immigrant Council of Ireland come together to raise awareness of racism on public transport.  The artwork, created by renowned collage artist Charis Tsevis used photos taken of commuters to create the collage for the campaign.

Luas reminds customers that we do not tolerate racism, and that respect must be shown for all fellow passengers and staff while travelling with us. As Dublin continues to grow, becoming even more diverse with many people of different ethnicities and backgrounds this is even more important.

We encourage all customers to report incidents of racism to the Gardaí, to Luas staff, through iReport.ie or by contacting Luas Customer Care on 1850300604 or by e-mailing info@luas.ie.

Hear what Luas Driver Martin Acheampong had to say about racism and about his experience living in Ireland. 

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