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Luas back operating through city centre with delays after coach breaks down on tracks

The coach has been moved from the tracks and traffic is returning to normal.


Updated Nov 14th 2018, 7:48 AM

LUAS SERVICES THROUGH Dublin city centre have restarted with delays after a coach broke down at the junction of Dawson Street and Molesworth Street earlier. 

Services were suspended for a time between Stephen’s Green and the Dominick stop, off Parnell Street. 

“The bus which was broken down at the junction of Dawson St and Molesworth St has moved onto Molesworth St and is no longer causing any delays,” Dublin City Council’s LiveDrive service tweeted. 

A tweet from the Luas account added: 

Passengers, trams are now back operating between Dominick and St Stephens Green. Services are operating with delays. Please allow extra time for travel.


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