Severe disruptions on Luas Green Line due to technical fault on overhead power lines 1 month ago

Severe disruptions on Luas Green Line due to technical fault on overhead power lines

There is currently no service available on over half of the entire route.

Earlier on Saturday morning, Luas announced that the Green Line route had been shut down entirely, due to a technical fault with the overhead power lines.

In the proceeding hours, the Green Line has been partly opened, albeit with severe delays, and at the time of writing, over half of the route was still closed.

The most recent update from the public transport providers stated the following:

"Please be advised that there is a limited tram service operating between Broombridge and St Stephen’s Green. The frequency of trams between Broombridge and St Stephen’s Green in both directions is approx 15 minutes. There is no service between St Stephen's Green and Brides Glen."

Another recent statement issued from the company said that "Due to the nature of the fault we do not expect services to resume this afternoon or into early evening."

However, for those near the affected areas, your Luas tickets will be accepted on Dublin Bus.

For more information and for the latest updates, head to the Luas travel website here.

Main image via Luas Twitter