Ireland New Luas Cross City line opening date revealed

12:50  09 november  2017
12:50  09 november  2017 Source:   dublinlive.ie

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The new Luas Cross City line will open to passengers in 12 weeks time, according to Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII). This would see the line operate from December 9th.

The Luas Cross City , pictured here on Westmoreland Street, is due to open in a matter of weeks. The new route will be a double Luas track, just like the current red and green lines , at the southern end of the line (from O’Connell Street until Broomsbridge Station).

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The new Luas Cross City line between St Stephens Green and Cabra will commence at 2pm on Saturday December 9.

The Chamber, which represents more than 1,300 businesses in Dublin, said the completion of the project will provide a major boost to city centre retailers ahead of the crucial Christmas period.

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Dublin Chamber's Head of Public Affairs Graeme McQueen said: "It has been a long 5 years for businesses in the city centre, but it is fantastic to see that the line will open on-time and in advance of Christmas.

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Construction started in June 2013 and has delivered 5.9km of track with 13 new Luas stops taking Luas through the city centre and north to Broombridge. The Luas line build is now part of the Luas Green Line .

A journey onboard the new Luas Cross City line in Dublin, Ireland including line view through the rear driver's cab. The line is scheduled to open on the

"The weeks preceding Christmas are hugely important for Dublin retailers. The opening of the Luas Cross City extension provides shops and businesses in the city with a huge boost."

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Mr McQueen said: "Throughout the construction phase of the project we have worked closely with Luas Cross City, the NTA, Gardai and other stakeholders to minimise the impact of the works on businesses and people coming in and out of the city.

"Luas across City shows how well Ireland can deliver big projects."

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