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Dublin: 0 °C Monday 30 March, 2020

The northside Luas is back up and running...

The service had been suspended between Abbey and Liffey Streets after overhead wires came loose at Jervis Street.

THE RED LINE Luas service in Dublin is back up and running on the city’s northside.

The earlier disruption was down to overhead power lines coming loose at Jervis Street.

A Luas spokesman told earlier that they expected to have the service back running by this evening.

“The lines have been fixed now,” he said.

They had come loose from the building they were connected to but that’s all fixed now.
Unfortunately a tram is still stuck in place at the site and needs to be moved. As soon as it is the full service will resume.

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