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There were delays on sections of the Cross City Luas during its first morning rush hour on Monday. Photograph: Collins

Delays on the Luas Green Line following the start of operations of the new cross city tram, are likely to continue until next March, Transport Infrast(...)

Councillors voted to rescind their 2000 decision to bestow the Freedom of the City on Aung San Suu Kyi. Photograph: Aung Shine Oo/AP

Myanmar de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi has been stripped of her Freedom of the City of Dublin award, following an overwhelming vote of Dublin city c(...)

Dublin Bus  wants to keep running buses through College Green, describing Dublin City Council’s plaza plan as “socially regressive”, and has suggested the plaza be built on one side of the road only. File photograph: Google Street View

Six of Dublin’s best-known luxury hotels, including the Merrion, Shelbourne and Westbury, have appealed to An Bord Pleanála against plans to ban taxis(...)

Adjusting the lights on College Street for the Luas. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

A “perfect storm” caused by failing traffic lights at a key junction, freezing weather and a new tramline navigating rush-hour commuter traffic for th(...)

 Traffic backed up from Pearse Street to College Green. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

The ever-so-predictable traffic chaos that hit Dublin city on Monday morning, the first working day since the new Luas Cross City began operating, cou(...)

House prices were most modest along the Luas Cross City line, with the city centre section from Dawson Street to Westmoreland commanding the highest prices. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

Residential property prices along the new Luas Cross City line have risen at more than twice the rate of homes along other Dublin rail lines(...)

Dublin Chamber says it is “vital” that College Green continues to function as a “transport artery” after the plaza is built. Photograph: Getty Images

Dublin Chamber of Commerce is backing Dublin Bus in its bid to keep running buses through College Green, which Dublin City Council wants to (...)

Dublin’s Lord Mayor Mícheál MacDonncha: The new mayors, scheduled to be elected in 2019, will have specified executive powers which will be limited initially but can be expanded. Photograph: Naoise Culhane

The Government is next week expected to give the go-ahead for directly elected mayors in Dublin and Cork by mid-2019. A memorandum recommending the e(...)

Since the Red and Green lines opened in 2004, they have been extended three times. Photograph: Getty Images

The success of the first two Luas lines with their mostly reliable journey times and the positive impact on property prices led to a clamour(...)

Plaza planned for College Green: “It’s a radical change in how we see the city centre and that doesn’t happen very quickly.” Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

More than a decade ago, the now-defunct Dublin Transportation Office proposed banning private cars from driving through the core of Dublin city centre(...)

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