More than 1,700 people have been prosecuted for breaking red lights in Dublin this year.

Gardaí have named Dublin’s 10 worst offending areas for speeding offences where drivers were travelling on average up to 32km/h above the limit. These(...)

CCTV images picked up the fire on the Luas tram as it approached Busáras.

Circumstances which gave rise to a fire on a Luas tram in Dublin last November had been discovered as far back as December 2008, the Railway Accident (...)

The ancient remains of at least five people were uncovered during Luas work excavations outside Trinity College last month. Photograph: Rubicon Heritage Services

The ancient remains of at least five people were uncovered during Luas work excavations outside Trinity College last month, according to architects wo(...)

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(...)

Michael Murphy of Bushy Park Ironworks does repair work on Molly Malone and her cart in Greenhills. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien 1:51

Dublin’s most famous street trader will be back to work in the coming weeks following an intensive two-month rehabilitation programme.The Molly Malon(...)

Customers using the Luas yesterday on the 10th anniversary of its launch, alight at the St Stephen’s Green Luas stop in Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/ The Irish Times

Bringing back the trams was the trendy thing to do in the early 1990s. New tramways were already running in the French cities of Grenoble, Nantes and (...)

Traffic restrictions at Dublin’s College Green to begin from next week to allow for Luas works. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

Motorists will face at least three months of new traffic restrictions at Dublin’s College Green from next week to allow for Luas cross city works.Onl(...)

Sackville House is close to several major public transport hubs, including the Luas, Dart and Busáras

A redevelopment opportunity facing the new Luas Green line on Marlborough Street in Dublin 1 is on the market for more than €3 million. Sackville Hou(...)

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(...)

The Dublin cross-city line, due for completion in 2017, will connect the existing Green and Red lines through the city centre before continuing north to the new DIT campus planned for Grangegorman, then on to Phibsboro and Cabra, where it will terminate at the Iarnród Éireann station at Broombridge.

The European Investment Bank (EIB) has agreed to give a €150 million loan towards the €368 million cost of a Luas cross-city l(...)