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Under the Luas byelaws, passengers may not ‘use any camera of video recorder or any form of equipment for recording sound or images so as to interfere with any other person’. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

There were delays of up to 20 minutes on the Luas green line on Thursday morning after a disruptive passenger was removed from the tram at Beechwood L(...)

Luas  passengers   at Heuston station:  public disorder figures show there were 177 incidents of anti-social behaviour reported by Luas drivers so far this year, 40 thefts, 62 threats to staff and 24 threats to the public. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Incidents of public disorder on the Luas are well down on last year, according to figures from Transdev, the company behind the Dublin tram system. W(...)

National Express and a consortium between Dualway and RATP Dev have decided not to compete in a tender for a contract to run private bus routes in Dublin.

Minister for Communications Denis Naughten has told colleagues that interest payments on the €13 billion recovered from Apple should be given to commu(...)

Irish rail driver Happymore Karigomba (c), Dublin Bus driver Shahbaz Rana (l) and Bus Eireann driver Fabio Carlomusto,(r) at the launch of the #StopRacism campaign. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

The number of racist incidents reported in Ireland rose by 11 per cent last year, with the State’s Muslim community experiencing a marked increase in (...)

 Veolia’s Transdev unit, which operates Dublin’s Luas, is valued at €460 million in its accounts. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Veolia’s first-half net profit fell 29 per cent to €251 million on French restructuring costs but the water and waste group expects a string of intern(...)

There is now a growing potential for strikes in Dublin Bus. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

With the country already facing the likelihood of some sort of industrial unrest in second level schools in the autumn, there is now also a growing po(...)

Talks on pension issues in the CIÉ group will re-commence this week at the Workplace Relations Commission between unions and management. Photograph: The Irish Times

The National Bus and Rail Union (NBRU) has warned Minister for Transport Shane Ross of potential industrial action over pay and pensions in the State-(...)

Siptu said on Monday the Labour Court had recommended pay increases from 15.6 per cent to 18.3 per cent for Luas drivers from now to September 2020. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill / THE IRISH TIMES

Luas drivers are to be asked to consider new recommendations, including pay increases of up to 18.3 per cent, by the Labour Court in a bid to resolve (...)

A Luas strike planned for Thursday an Friday has been called off, Siptu has said. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw.

Luas strikes due to take place on Thursday and Friday have been called off pending further talks, Siptu has confirmed. The union said it has accepted(...)

The scene at Sandyford Luas depot last Friday as drivers resumed strike action. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

The operator of the Luas has suspended all tram drivers from its sick pay scheme with immediate effect after they announced further strike days in the(...)

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