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Gardaí urge public to count the amount of offences they spot in new Luas safety video

Gardaí today posted a video from inside the Luas as it travelled from Broombridge to Stephen’s Green.

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THE NEW EXTENDED Luas line will open to the public this Saturday and gardaí have warned pedestrians in Dublin to expect the trams to move on the new line.

Gardaí today posted a video from inside the Luas as it travelled from Broombridge to Stephen’s Green. Pedestrians, cyclists and motorists were all seen to be breaking the rules of the road.

Luas, the National Transport Authority, and gardaí ahead of the launch of the Luas Cross City together issued a warning and urged pedestrians to look both ways and wait for the green man to cross.

Cyclists have been urged to cycle across tracks at an angles and between tracks to avoid getting stuck while motorists were warned to allow traffic in front of their vehicle to clear the yellow box before entering to keep tramway and/or yellow junction box clear.

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