We work 24/7 to keep the Luas network running

Running the Luas network for Dublin’s commuters is a team effort. The day-to-day operations and maintenance we carry out to keep Dublin moving involves dedicated teams across the city, working collaboratively and ensuring we maintain the best possible service for the commuters who rely on the Luas, every day.

 

What is maintenance?

Maintenance work is essential to the operation of the Luas system and ensures we deliver a safe, reliable tram service to our customers. Our maintenance employees support our operations and project teams by making sure every part of our infrastructure – such as signals and power supplies, or assets such as track and platforms – is maintained and in good working order.

Routine maintenance work such as cleaning of infrastructure, washing of platforms and the track, waste management, inspections of the power supply system and light repairs takes place across the system each day and night of the year.

Planned heavy maintenance such as rail replacement, tamping, grinding and tree cutting takes place mainly at night as they require having no trams running.

Emergency works such as rail repair or overhead cable repair takes place as soon as possible to maintain service continuity. This may happen during the night or day.

We understand maintenance work will have an impact on you and your neighbours and for noisy planned maintenance work we distribute a 'Notice of Luas Track Works' flyer directly to nearby residents in advance and/or post details of the works on the Luas website. For emergency works, it may not be possible to distribute a notice before undertaking the work.

At all times we appreciate your patience and understanding.

 

Planned Works Calendar

 

See details of areas affected by planned Luas rail works, including the date and time they start and finish, and the type of works being carried out.

LocationDatesTimesType
Red Cow Luas Park & RideMon 14th Mar - late Aug 202224 hrsConstruction of temporary Transport for Ireland (TFI) Bus Interchange in the Red Cow West Car Park. See https://luas.ie/red-cow-pr-works-22/ for info.
Kingswood - Red CowFri 1st Jul - Sun 3rd Jul23:00 - 06:00Change to Luas Red Line Operating Hours. See https://luas.ie/red-line-op-hrs-junjul22/ for more info.
Suir Road - GoldenbridgeFri 1st Jul - Sat 2nd Jul23:00 - 06:00Grinding Works
Goldenbridge - DrimnaghSat 2nd Jul - Sun 3rd Jul23:00 - 06:00Grinding Works
Blackhorse - BluebellSun 3rd Jul - Mon 4th Jul23:00 - 06:00Grinding Works
BelgardWed 6th Jul - Thu 7th Jul23:00 - 06:00Grinding Works
Kingswood - Red CowThu 7th Jul - Sat 9th Jul23:00 - 06:00Grinding Works
George's Dock - The PointSat 9th Jul - Sun 10th Jun24 / 7Essential Engineering Works. No service running between George's Dock and The Point. See https://luas.ie/red-line-works-jul22/ for more info.
Kylemore - BluebellSat 9th Jul - Sun 10th Jul23:00 - 06:00Grinding Works
Bluebell - BlackhorseSun 10th Jul - Mon 11th Jul23:00 - 06:00Grinding Works
Blackhorse - DrimnaghWed 13th Jul - Thu 14th Jul23:00 - 06:00Grinding Works
Drimnagh - GoldenbridgeThu 14th Jul - Fri 15th Jul23:00 - 06:00Grinding Works
Rialto - FatimaFri 15th Jul - Sat 16th Jul23:00 - 06:00Grinding Works
Red Cow - KylemoreSat 16th Jul - Sun 17th Jul23:00 - 06:00Grinding Works
Museum - SmithfieldSun 17th Jul - Mon 18th Jul23:00 - 06:00Grinding Works

 

Cleaning of Luas Stops is on-going and is not included in the above information.

For queries about planned Luas works contact Luas Customer Service on 0818 300 604.



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