Passengers pushing Luas tram to help free trapped schoolgirl. Screenshot:  Lukasz Pigula/Facebook

A schoolgirl who got her leg trapped between a Luas tram and the footpath in Dublin city centre today was freed with the help of fellow passengers.It (...)

Iarnród Éireann says it does not expect any services – Inter-city, commuter or Dart – to run tomorrow and Monday. Photograph: Aidan Crawley
Q&A: Train strike

Will any trains be running on Sunday and Monday? No. Iarnród Éireann says it does not expect any services – Inter-city, commuter or Dart – to run tomo(...)

A mother of one was killed instantly when she was struck during a freak Luas accident, an inquest at Dublin Coroner’s Court heard. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

A mother of one was killed instantly when she was struck during a freak Luas accident, an inquest heard.Yao Webster (35) from Eden Grove, Donabate, Co(...)

Elle O’Reilly at the unveiling of Marlborough Street Mural, a community arts project stretching more than 50 metres on the corner of Marlborough Street and Marlborough Place in Dublin sponsored by The Irish Life and Luas Cross City. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

A community street art project created by local teenagers was today unveiled in Dublin’s north inner city.A group of five teenagers ranging in age fro(...)

The scene of the Luas crash where a woman was killed last April on her way to work when she was hit by a car which had been struck by a Luas tram. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

A pedestrian has been hospitalised after being struck by a Luas tram in the city centre.The incident happened at about 1.15pm this afternoon when a re(...)

Age Action campaign posters against cuts to travel passes.

An older persons’ advocacy group is urging the Government to keep its “hands off” free travel passes. Any negative changes in the State’s free travel (...)

Minister of State for Public Transport Alan Kelly with Wendy Twomey (left) from Raheny and Ciara Harte from Rush at the Stephen’s Green Luas stop in Dublin today. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

The Leap card integrated ticketing system for travel on public transport will be operational in all cities around the country by the end of next year,(...)

Rural post office in Shillelagh, Co Wicklow. “Now is the time to act so that the post office is not lost like so much of the community infrastructure that has already disappeared.” Photograph: Frank Miller

The local post office was “the last light on in the main street” in many communities now and maintaining the local post office network was essential t(...)

The Luas Red Line on  Abbey Street. Collisions are more common on the red Luas line, which runs from west Dublin into the north inner city, than the Green line, which crosses fewer streets because it was built on the old Harcourt Street railway line.

A camera system to catch motorists breaking red lights at Luas junctions is to be introduced at junctions on the tram lines this year. F(...)

Pushing tin: Monitoring traffic in the Dublin city traffic control room in the Civic Offices, Dublin. Photograph:  Frank Miller

Dublin’s traffic control room is a place of quiet calm. Despite the apparent daily crawl and fuming motorists, there is an air of order at the (...)