Luas Green

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Passangers at a Luas stop. File photograph: Aidan Crawley

Services are now operating on the Luas Green Line after a severe disruption Saturday because of a technical fault. It said its maintenance staff were(...)

The site in the south Dublin suburb of Rathmichael id close to transport links such as the M50 and N11.

A ready-to-go site for 10 substantial houses in the south Dublin suburb of Rathmichael is quoting €3 million through agent Savills. The site, which e(...)

Computer-generated image of what MetroLink arriving at Swords could look like

It would appear that a decision has been taken to dramatically change the plans for the MetroLink, which was to run from Swords, through the airport, (...)

“Cutting Ranelagh in half was just abhorrent to all the people who live here,” says Michael O’Donovan, owner of Mima Coffee Company at the Beechfield Luas stop. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Peering out from the long glass windows of his Mima cafe at the Beechwood Luas stop, there is perhaps nobody better placed to understand the value of (...)

Beechwood Luas crossing in Ranelagh: Objections started with a little thoroughfare connecting Dunville Avenue with Beechwood Road that would initially have been closed to accommodate an uninterrupted MetroLink line and replaced with a footbridge. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

1. What exactly is the MetroLink? It combines the original Metro North project running between Swords and Dublin City, and a southside extension that(...)

Paul Reid, chief executive of Fingal County Council Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

The northside route of the State’s Metrolink rail line, that would connect Dublin airport and Swords to the city centre, must not be held up by “issue(...)

Beechwood Luas crossing in Ranelagh, south Dublin which is due to be redesigned to facilitiate the MetroLink. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) is to begin surveying properties on the proposed MetroLink corridor from March to collect “baseline information(...)

  Metrolink opposition group   Rethink Metrolink stage a protest on December 22nd at Beachwood Luas Stop, Rathmines, Co Dublin. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

An application to build the Dublin Metrolink rail line is unlikely to be made until 2020 due to delays in determining a revised route for the line, it(...)

High winds knocked down trees and tore down power cables close to the Beechwood station  in Ranelagh, Dublin 6. File photograph: Bryan O’Brien

High winds caused chaos across the transport network on Wednesday, with planes, trains and trams cancelled throughout the afternoon. More than 7(...)

Luas Cross City extension – dubbed the “missing link” between the Luas Red and Green lines – will start running on Saturday

The company that operates the Luas narrowed its losses last year despite a long running pay dispute with drivers. Transdev Dublin Light Rail recorded(...)

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