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Remember to offer your seat to a pregnant woman

21 October 2016

Luas are reminding customers of some nice gestures that put a smile on customer faces with their new “Stand for Emily” Campaign.

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Did you know about Leap Card's great features?

13 October 2016

If you make lots of trips with your Leap Card in 1 day or 1 week (Mon-Sun) on Dublin Bus, Luas, DART and Commuter Rail, Leap Card will automatically cap the price so you don’t spend any more than you need to. You can travel for free for the rest of the day or week on the applicable services once you hit the cap applicable to those services. When you’ve reached the daily/weekly cap, continue to Touch On and Touch Off as normal. Travel Credit will not be charged on the applicable services after you’ve hit a cap.

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Safer Roads for Dublin

10 October 2016

We ask motorists to stop breaking Red Lights and keep safety in mind at all times, not just for the Christmas season but all year round.

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Get your Student Leap Card

12 September 2016

Student Leap Card is Ireland's national student travel and discount card available to all second-and third-level students in full time education. It is the only student card that can save students up to 20% on Luas fares, as well as a host of exclusive discounts and offers from leading brands.

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Touch On/Off with Leap

09 September 2016

Do you use your Leap Card on Luas? If so, make sure you Touch On before boarding a tram and Touch Off when leaving a tram.

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Have you got your Luas ticket?

27 July 2016

Customers are advised you may in accordance with the Luas Bye Laws be asked to produce your ticket by a member of the Revenue Protection Team on board the tram or upon alighting the tram on a Luas platform.

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Don’t forget! Touch On & Off Free Travel Cards

01 October 2015

The Department of Social Protection are rolling out new Public Services Cards. These new Public Services Cards allow people to access a wide range of welfare services including, for some people, Free Travel. These cards will eventually replace the current Free Travel Pass.

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