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Ireland Luas green line to partially close as 'essential engineering works' to take place

13:05  17 november  2019
13:05  17 november  2019 Source:   dublinlive.ie

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Luas is a tram/light rail system in Dublin, Ireland. There are two main lines : the Green Line , which began operating on 30 June 2004, and the Red Line which opened on 26 September 2004.

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a train is parked on the side of the street: The Luas arrived in Cabra in 2017, with stations at Broombridge and Faussaugh Avenue © Gareth James The Luas arrived in Cabra in 2017, with stations at Broombridge and Faussaugh Avenue

There will be a partial closure on the Luas green line for all of Sunday due to engineering works.

Luas operators Transdev have said the line will be closed between Broombridge and Dominick for all of Sunday, November 17.

Trams will only run between Brides Glen/Sandyford and Parnell, with a replacement bus service serving the closed stops approximately every 20 mins.

A valid Luas ticket will be required to use the replacement bus service.

They said: "There will be no Green Line tram service between Broombridge and Dominick stops on Sun 17 Nov.

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– The Luas Green Line links Brides Glen/Sandyford to Broombridge via the city centre. You can now interchange between the two luas lines at stops – Abbey Street, O’Connell GPO and Marlborough Street. This makes for easy access to Saggart, Tallaght, Connolly Station or The Point (3Arena) from

"During this closure, trams will run between Brides Glen / Sandyford – Parnell only.

"A replacement bus service will serve the closed stops approx. every 20 mins; a valid Luas ticket is required to use the replacement bus service.

"The Green Line will operate as normal from the first tram on Mon 18 Nov.

"This service change is required to facilitate essential engineering works. Thank you for your patience and cooperation during these works. We apologise for any inconvenience caused."

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