World Meeting of the Families Dublin 2018

01 August '18
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Service Saturday 25th August

Red Line

  • Pre 11.00am normal service
  • 11.00am - 5.00pm Abbey Street Stop closed
  • 3.15pm - 5.00pm Services will be operating from Tallaght/ Saggart to Smithfield and from The Point to Connolly (There will be no service between Busáras and Four Courts and no alternative bus service)
  • Post 5.00pm normal service

Green Line

  • Pre 10.30am normal service
  • 10.30am - 5.30pm Services will be operating from Brides Glen to St. Stephens’ Green and Dominick to  Broombridge (There will be no service between Dawson and Parnell and no alternative bus service)
  • Post 5.30pm normal service

Service Sunday 26th August

Red Line

  • The Red Line will operate from Tallaght / Saggart to Blackhorse and from The Point to Smithfield between the hours of 7.00am and 10.00pm
  • There will be no service between Blackhorse and Smithfield from 7.00am until 10.00pm
  • Connolly stop will stayed closed between the hours of 7.00am and 10.00pm
  • Luas will service all Red Line stops from 10.00pm - 11.30pm
  • From Blackhorse and Smithfield, passengers will walk via the dedicated routes. Given the high volumes of people likely to be attempting to use Luas services on this day, please give yourself lots of time to get to the venue
  • Customers travelling from Tallaght, Hospital and Cookstown alight at Belgard for onward travel
  • Free travel with Phoenix Park Papal Ticket 

Green Line

  • The Green Line will operate from Brides Glen to Broombridge between the hours of 7.00am and 11.30pm
  • From Broombridge, passengers will walk via the dedicated routes. Given the high volumes of people likely to be attempting to use Luas services on this day, please give yourself lots of time to get to the venue
  • Phibsborough stop will be closed post-event from 3.00pm - 10.00pm
  • Free travel with Phoenix Park Papal Ticket

FAQs

Will my ticket for the Mass allow me to travel on Luas?

If you have a ticket to attend the Phoenix Park event, you will be able to avail of free public transport in the Greater Dublin Area for the day of the event.


Will Luas be stopping at all stops?

Luas services will operate under direction of An Gardá Síochána and Luas Control. Luas services will commence at 7am on Sunday 26 August and operate until 23:30.

The Green Line will operate from Brides Glen to Broombridge.

The Red Line will operate from Tallaght and Saggart to Blackhorse and from The Point to Smithfield.

What is the tram frequency?

Red and Green Line tram services will operate at a frequency of 6 – 10 mins depending on time of day.

Will I be able to Park in a Luas Park & Ride?

Yes but parking will be limited. See Luas Park & Rides for information on locations and number of spaces. Customers are advised to note Park and Rides will reach maximum capacity very early.

Will Luas be putting on extra trams?

All available trams will be in service and fully utilised given the anticipated increase in volume.

Given the high volumes of people likely to be attempting to use Luas services this day, please give yourself lots of time to get to the venue.

How do I contact Luas and/or follow Luas for more information?

Phone:LoCall 1850 300 604
Twitter:@Luas 7am – 9pm
Email:info@luas.ie
Website:www.luas.ie

If you have a ticket to attend the Phoenix Park event, you will be able to avail of free public transport in the Greater Dublin Area for the day of the event.

If you have a ticket for Knock event, you will be able to avail of a free bus shuttle from Claremorris station to the Knock shrine.


 

 





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