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The Trinity Stop will have a single platform which will be located on the south side of College Street close to the junction with College Green. This stop will provide convenient access to Trinity College and Temple Bar cultural quarter. FIND OUT MORE
August 19th, 2015
Liam Whelan / Fassaugh Road Bridge - Deck Replacement
Liam Whelan / Fassaugh Road Bridge Deck Replacement Irish Rail/SISK started works at Fassaugh Road Bridge / Liam Whelan Bridge in October 2014. The works involved the installation of new… MORE
Looking to the next 3 months June, July and August, please see details of the temporary traffic arrangements required to facilitate construction works. General Traffic   Throughout this period access to premises for pedestrians and vehicles making deliveries and collections will be maintained.  Access to car parks will also be… MORE
The existing St. Stephen’s Green terminus stop on the Luas Green Line is the starting point for Luas Cross City. The stop’s platforms will be extended northward to accommodate the possible introduction of longer trams in the future. St. Stephen’s Green stop will remain operational throughout the work. FIND OUT MORE
August 19th, 2015
Liam Whelan / Fassaugh Road Bridge - Deck Replacement
Liam Whelan / Fassaugh Road Bridge Deck Replacement Irish Rail/SISK started works at Fassaugh Road Bridge / Liam Whelan Bridge in October 2014. The works involved the installation of new… MORE
In the St.Stephen's Green area works started on the 1st July. The contract for Luas Cross City heritage works has been awarded to KN Network Services. Heritage works involve the temporary removal of a number of statues, monuments and other items of heritage value which would otherwise be in the way of the works.  All items will be… MORE
Looking to the next 3 months, June, July and August please see details of the temporary traffic arrangements required to facilitate construction works. General Traffic Works are generally located in the centre of the road and local crossings will be required. During the works an eastbound and westbound lane will be maintained on this section of… MORE
The Phibsborough Stop will be located within the former Broadstone railway cutting between North Circular Road and Cabra Road and will have lateral platforms. Access to the platform level will be provided from both North Circular Road and Cabra Road via stairs and lifts from the new deck levels abutting the existing road overbridges. This stop… MORE FIND OUT MORE
August 19th, 2015
Liam Whelan / Fassaugh Road Bridge - Deck Replacement
Liam Whelan / Fassaugh Road Bridge Deck Replacement Irish Rail/SISK started works at Fassaugh Road Bridge / Liam Whelan Bridge in October 2014. The works involved the installation of new… MORE
Luas Cross City construction works have not yet started in the Phibsborough area. As there are no cellar investigation and backfilling works, heritage works or utility diversion works required in this area the first works to be carried out in the area will be main infrastructure works which will focus on laying track, building stops and… MORE
As the section of Luas Cross City to be constructed in this area is off road and crosses beneath roads in its path its construction will not have any significant affect on traffic of any kind. Our commitment to maintaining access to premises for pedestrians and vehicles applies here as in other areas. MORE
The Parnell Stop will have a single platform serving southbound trams. This stop will be located on the north side of Parnell Street between Cavendish Row and Parnell Place. This stop will serve the Rotunda Hospital, the Georgian Northern Quarter, the Gate Theatre and the retail area around Parnell Street and O’Connell Street Upper. FIND OUT MORE
August 19th, 2015
Liam Whelan / Fassaugh Road Bridge - Deck Replacement
Liam Whelan / Fassaugh Road Bridge Deck Replacement Irish Rail/SISK started works at Fassaugh Road Bridge / Liam Whelan Bridge in October 2014. The works involved the installation of new… MORE
Looking to the next 3 months, June, July and August, please see details of the temporary traffic arrangements required to facilitate construction works. General Traffic On Parnell Street between Marlborough Street and O'Connell Street Upper, the works will initially be located in the centre of the road, with the next phases moving to the… MORE
The O’Connell Upper Stop will have a single platform serving northbound trams. The stop will be located close to the Cathal Brugha Street junction on the western side of the median. This stop will serve the retail area around Henry Street and O’Connell Street Upper. FIND OUT MORE
August 19th, 2015
Liam Whelan / Fassaugh Road Bridge - Deck Replacement
Liam Whelan / Fassaugh Road Bridge Deck Replacement Irish Rail/SISK started works at Fassaugh Road Bridge / Liam Whelan Bridge in October 2014. The works involved the installation of new… MORE
The RPA is in consultation with Dublin City Council & Dublin Bus for works on O’Connell Street. The exact detail for each individual set up is being agreed at present. Further information will be available as the works progress. Public Transport – Buses Any existing bus stops between Henry Street and Parnell Street will be… MORE
O’Connell – GPO Stop will be located within the median of O’Connell Street Lower, north of Middle Abbey Street and will be conveniently located to provide interchange with the Luas Red Line at the Abbey Street stop. FIND OUT MORE
August 19th, 2015
Liam Whelan / Fassaugh Road Bridge - Deck Replacement
Liam Whelan / Fassaugh Road Bridge Deck Replacement Irish Rail/SISK started works at Fassaugh Road Bridge / Liam Whelan Bridge in October 2014. The works involved the installation of new… MORE
Looking to the next 3 months, June, July and August  we will provide details of the temporary traffic arrangements required to facilitate construction works. General Traffic Works will commence on the south west corner of the O'Connell Street Lower / Middle Abbey Street junction (Supermacs corner). Left turning traffic will be… MORE
It is hoped that the Grangegorman stop will go into service to serve the DIT Campus when Luas Cross City opens. A key factor will be the number of students and staff on campus at that time. It will be located along the western perimeter of the Broadstone Bus Depot. The new campus is expected to have 10,000 students in Grangegorman in 2017. FIND OUT MORE
August 19th, 2015
Liam Whelan / Fassaugh Road Bridge - Deck Replacement
Liam Whelan / Fassaugh Road Bridge Deck Replacement Irish Rail/SISK started works at Fassaugh Road Bridge / Liam Whelan Bridge in October 2014. The works involved the installation of new… MORE
Luas Cross City construction works have not yet started in the Grangegorman – DIT area. As there are no cellar investigation and backfilling works, heritage works or utility diversion works required in this area the first works to be carried out in the area will be main infrastructure works which will focus on laying track, building stops and… MORE
As the section of Luas Cross City to be constructed in this area is off road and crosses beneath roads in its path its construction will not have any significant affect on traffic of any kind. Our commitment to maintaining access to premises for pedestrians and vehicles applies here as in other areas. MORE
Dominick Stop will have an island platform arrangement located on the western side of Dominick Street Lower close to the junction with Parnell Street and will serve trams in both directions. This stop will serve the existing residential population, the retail area of Parnell Street including the ILAC Centre and facilitate the proposed regeneration… MORE FIND OUT MORE
August 19th, 2015
Liam Whelan / Fassaugh Road Bridge - Deck Replacement
Liam Whelan / Fassaugh Road Bridge Deck Replacement Irish Rail/SISK started works at Fassaugh Road Bridge / Liam Whelan Bridge in October 2014. The works involved the installation of new… MORE
Looking to the next 3 months, June, July and August, please see details of the temporary traffic arrangements required to facilitate construction works. Dominick Street Upper    Works will continue along the eastern side of Dominick Street Upper. During this period, the works will progress southwards along the street towards Dorset… MORE
An Bord Pleanála has granted permission to develop a northbound stop on Dawson Street. Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) together with the National Transport Authority (NTA), who are funding Luas Cross City, are including and planning for a northbound stop on Dawson Street. Provision has already been made for southbound stop. FIND OUT MORE
August 19th, 2015
Liam Whelan / Fassaugh Road Bridge - Deck Replacement
Liam Whelan / Fassaugh Road Bridge Deck Replacement Irish Rail/SISK started works at Fassaugh Road Bridge / Liam Whelan Bridge in October 2014. The works involved the installation of new… MORE
Looking to the next 3 months June, July and August, please see details of the temporary traffic arrangements required to facilitate construction works. General Traffic Throughout this period access to premises for pedestrians and vehicles making deliveries and collections will be maintained.  Access to car parks will also be… MORE
The Cabra Stop will be located within the former Broadstone Railway Cutting, north of the Fassaugh Road overbridge and will have lateral platforms. Access to the stop will be provided from Fassaugh Road and via Mount Bernard Park serving the existing residential community. FIND OUT MORE
August 16th, 2016
Cabra 4 Youth Art Project - Mount Bernard Park
Huge thanks to all at Cabra 4 Youth for all their hard artistic work giving the plain green Luas Cross City hoarding in Mount Bernard Park in Cabra a new lease of life! Luas Cross City are… MORE
Luas Cross City construction works have not yet started in the Cabra area. As there are no cellar investigation and backfilling works, heritage works or utility diversion works required in this area the first works to be carried out in the area will be main infrastructure works which will focus on laying track, building stops and providing… MORE
As the section of Luas Cross City to be constructed in this area is off road and crosses beneath roads in its path, its construction will not have any significant affect on traffic of any kind. Our commitment to maintaining access to premises for pedestrians and vehicles applies here as in other areas. MORE
Broombridge Stop will be located adjacent to the Iarnród Éireann station at Broombridge. This stop will have lateral platforms and will provide cross platform interchange with the Maynooth railway line. It will also serve the existing residential community and industrial and commercial premises on Bannow Road and north of the Royal Canal. FIND OUT MORE
August 19th, 2015
Liam Whelan / Fassaugh Road Bridge - Deck Replacement
Liam Whelan / Fassaugh Road Bridge Deck Replacement Irish Rail/SISK started works at Fassaugh Road Bridge / Liam Whelan Bridge in October 2014. The works involved the installation of new… MORE
Luas Cross City construction works have not yet started in the Broombridge area. As there are no cellar investigation and backfilling works, heritage works or utility diversion works required in this area the first works to be carried out in the area will be main infrastructure works which will focus on laying track, building stops and… MORE
As the section of Luas Cross City to be constructed in this area is off road and crosses beneath roads in its path its construction will not have any significant affect on traffic of any kind. Our commitment to maintaining access to premises for pedestrians and vehicles applies here as in other areas. MORE
The Broadstone – DIT Stop will have lateral platforms and be located adjacent to the Broadstone building with access from Constitution Hill. The stop will serve the existing residential population and will be a key stop in the future for students and staff accessing the planned DIT campus at Grangegorman. FIND OUT MORE
November 11th, 2016
Wall at Broadstone - DIT Luas Stop
Further to a number of queries and comments received from members of the public regarding the wall currently under construction between the Broadstone - DIT Luas Stop and the Broadstone building, TII… MORE
There are no cellar investigation and backfilling works, heritage works or utility diversion works required in this area. The main infrastructure works which will focus on laying track, building stops and providing access to them and erecting overhead cables.We will provide more information as contracts are signed and timing and other details… MORE
  General Traffic Throughout the construction period access to premises for pedestrians and vehicles making deliveries and collections will be maintained. Safe and well signed temporary footpath arrangements will be provided when sections of existing footpaths are being excavated. Works in this area will not affect existing bike racks… MORE