Red Line services operating normally
Green Line services operating normally
Sandyford Park & Ride Re-Opened
The Luas Park & Ride at Sandyford re-opened on Bank Holiday Monday 6th May.
Seconds Could Change Your Life – A safety message from Luas
Luas Operator Transdev launches its appeal to motorists, pedestrians, and cyclists to remember that only seconds could change their life. Luas trams travel on a fixed track; trams cannot swerve, trams take time to break and stop, and coming into contact with a tram can result in a serious injury or fatality. Luas Drivers continually report the same incidents; pedestrians jaywalking, never looking left and right, often with headphones in and heads down, motorists and cyclists breaking red lights.
Luas to DIT Grangegorman
DIT Grangegorman Campus is now served by the Luas Green Line. In the future, the campus will be served by 2 Luas stops, Broadstone – DIT and Grangegorman. However, at the moment campus construction is ongoing close to Broadstone – DIT stop so it is recommended you use Grangegorman stop. Read on for walking routes.
Contactless Payments at Luas Ticket Machines
Luas has now rolled out Contactless Payments at all Luas Ticket Machines. You can now Tap & Go with contactless enabled Debit Cards or Credit Cards at the Luas ticket machines. You can pay for tickets and Leap Card Top-Ups, up to the contactless limit, with Tap & Go at the Luas ticket machines.
Have you got your Luas ticket?
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.