Red Line services operating normally
Green Line services operating normally
United Against Racism
Each year, Transport for Ireland and the Immigrant Council of Ireland come together to raise awareness of racism on public transport. This year’s annual anti-racism campaign “United Against Racism” aims to promote the message that public transport is for everyone. See https://www.transportforireland.ie/ for more info.
Luas Security Text Service
Your personal safety is a priority when you travel with Luas. Luas Security Officers and other staff work on an ongoing basis in conjunction with the Gardaí to keep you safe while travelling with us. While most passengers respect others sometimes other passengers’ behaviour can be intimidating, and you need to contact us to let us know. When you witness anti-social behaviour, you may not want to draw attention to yourself by calling us or by pressing the Emergency Help Intercoms located beside the door on all trams and beside the Ticket Machines at all Stops. For this reason, we want to remind Luas customers of our Security Text Service which allows you to discreetly report incidents of anti-social behaviour to us in real time.
Update – Information for TaxSaver Customers
The National Transport Authority announced that customers whose Annual TaxSaver tickets were valid on 1st April 2020, will have their tickets automatically extended for a period of six months.
Wearing a Face Covering is Required by Law on Luas
Wearing a face covering is now required by law on Luas and other public transport. Doing so will help protect yourself and others from COVID-19. Wearing a face covering on public transport is mandatory from Mon 13th Jul. Wearing a face covering helps to prevent people who do not know they have the virus from spreading it to others. It does this by reducing the spread of respiratory droplets from people infected with COVID-19.
Luas Customer Information: Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Information for Luas Customers regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19)