Category Archives: Ireland: LRT/Trams

Say it ain’t so, Luas: No parking along Cherrywood line?

If you build a light rail line without parking facilities, will the riders still come? The good commuters of Dublin did, or at least they tried. I blogged with no small enthusiasm this month here and here about the opening of the … Continue reading

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Cowen links Luas, transport and economic recovery.

Just a quick update with links to coverage of the Dublin Luas tram extension opening: Here is the Irish Times’ same-day report. In it, Irish Taoiseach Brian Cowen “said the Government’s transport programme would contribute to economic recovery, support employment, … Continue reading

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Dublin: Luas Cherrywood extension opens today.

A €300 million, 7.5km extension to Dublin’s Luas tram network is scheduled to open today with an official launch by Irish Taoiseach Brian Cowen. Riders on the Luas Green Line will be treated to free travel to celebrate the opening … Continue reading

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