Luas services disrupted after cherry-picker breaks down on the tracks 1 year ago

Luas services disrupted after cherry-picker breaks down on the tracks

Well, this is unfortunate.

Commuters were forced to switch their morning plans on Tuesday after a cherry-picker broke down on the Luas tracks in Dublin.

According to statements published by Luas on Twitter, a cherry-picker broke down between George's Dock and The Point at around 8am on Tuesday morning.

Dublin Bus was forced to run replacement services between The Point and Busáras following the breakdown. The Luas have specified that the cherry-picker is not related to the Luas, and that they therefore cannot confirm when services will resume.

As recently as 9am on Tuesday, services had not been resumed, although Luas had confirmed that a tow-truck was on its way to remove the vehicle obstructing services.

UPDATE: Full service has now returned. Luas have tweeted "Passengers please be advised that services have resumed from Busaras to the Point following the earlier disruption."