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 Ciaran Berry (7) from Mullingar cooling off in Lough Ennell, Co Westmeath. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Water pressure reductions have been introduced in Dublin following an increase of millions of litres in water usage despite conservation warnings from(...)

A Luas tram at the Red Cow junction: Siptu shop steward Marc Winters said proposals to run trams were a danger to drivers and the proposals were “total nonsense”. Photograph:  Gareth Chaney Collins

Luas operator Transdev has backed down over plans it had to run trams overnight in a bid to keep lines clear during the red alert weather period, fol(...)

Bread supplies dwindle at Dunne’s Stores’ St Stephens Green outlet. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Transport operators say they hope services will run as scheduled despite the adverse weather warning but have advised passengers that they could face (...)

Metro Link is part of an integrated plan for public transport in Dublin that includes DART, Luas and Bus Connect.

Plans for the revamped Dublin Metro may go on public display as early as March, according to Minister for Transport Shane Ross Metro Link was one of (...)

Brendan Marshall (70) leaves  the Four Courts  after his High Court action for damages was dismissed. Photograph:  Collins Courts

A man has lost his appeal over the rejection of his claim he was assaulted and defamed by a security guard as he tried to board a packed Luas in Dubli(...)

Inside the Green Line service to Sandyford on Tuesday morning at approximately 8.15am. The picture was taken and posted on Twitter by @mahooneys who said passengers could not get on the tram at most stops past Charlemont

Luas commuters have been left angered by packed morning time trams as the service struggles to deal with a series of ongoing problems. Hours after si(...)

Fergus O’Dowd TD, chair of the Oireachtas Transport committee, confirmed he  will facilitate requests to bring in officials from the Luas to discuss a number of issues troubling passengers using the service in the capital.  File photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The operators of Dublin’s light rail system will be invited before an Oireachtas committee to answer questions about continued service delays facing c(...)

The Luas number 5027: A 55 metre tram photographed on O’Connell Bridge, blocking traffic. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Luas ticket machines at stations across both tram lines were unable to accept card payments on Friday morning, causing great frustration to passengers(...)

The seven new trams will be the longest single unit Citadis- type trams in the world, according to tram maker Alstom.  Photograph: Collins

The first of Dublin’s 55m trams will go into service on the city’s Green Line later this week. A total of seven of the new longer  trams are to (...)

Dublin Cycling Campaign has received numerous reports from cyclists of falls or near-misses in the city centre due to the new tram tracks. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Cycling injuries resulting from crashes after bicycle wheels become stuck in Dublin’s Luas tram tracks are becoming increasingly common, a hospital em(...)

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