Luas is Dublin city’s Light Rail Transit System (tram). It carries over 90,000 passengers and operates two lines:

Luas Red Line is 20kms in length and has 32 Stops. It runs from Tallaght to The Point and from Saggart to Connolly.

Luas Green Line is 24.5km in length and has 35 Stops. It runs from Brides Glen to Broombridge via the City centre.

Both lines have Park and Ride and Cycle and Ride facilities.

  • Green Lines trams operate northbound from Brides Glen or Sandyford to Parnell or Broombridge
  • Green Line trams operate southbound from Broombridge or Parnell to Sandyford or Brides Glen
  • Red Line trams operate eastbound from Tallaght, Saggart to Connolly or The Point
  • Red Line trams operate westbound from The Point or Connolly to Saggart or Tallaght

You can view the live timetable of the Red and Green Line routes where you can see a full list of the Green Line and Red Line stops.

  • Red Tallaght/Saggart – The Point/Connolly
  • Red The Point/Connolly – Tallaght/Saggart
  • Green Brides Glen – Broombridge
  • Green Broombridge – Brides Glen

The TFI Journey Planner includes all Luas services and gives information such as:

  • Trips (how to get from A to B)
  • Line diagrams to see different stops on a route
  • Check out when the next departures are at a specific stop

The TFI Live Departures also lets you check when your next Luas service is due.

Luas does not work off a timetable system but you can check out real time information for any stop here. Our website will be updated on our live service updates and disruptions page if there are any disruptions to the service.

There is also an option on the Luas website to view live service information.

Luas operating times:

  • Monday to Friday 05:30 to 00:30
  • Saturdays 06:30 to 00:30
  • Sundays and Public Holidays 07:00 to 23:00

There is no service on Christmas Day.

Services regularly run every 3 to 4 minutes at peak times and every 15 minutes at night.

For detailed information visit the Luas website.

Luas does not work off a timetable system, you can check out real time information for a stop here. Our website will be updated if there are any disruptions to the service.

Ticket Options

There are a number of tickets you can purchase for Luas. These include:

  • Single and return tickets
  • 7 day and 30 day tickets
  • TFI Leap Card
  • Student Tickets
  • Child Tickets
  • Luas Tax Saver Tickets
Use a TFI Leap Card to save on your Luas journey.

Did you know you can save nearly 32% more on a TFI Leap Card then paying a cash fare?

The reusable smart card stores Travel Credit that is used each time you Touch On and Touch Off on your journey. See our TFI Leap Card page for more details. Two benefits from using your TFI Leap Card are Fare Capping and the TFI 90 Minute Fare. Discounts are applied automatically when touching on and touching off along your journey. Don’t forget to Touch On using a platform Validator before you get on a tram and Touch Off after.

TFI Leap Cards can be purchased online through the TFI Leap Card website or in selected retail outlets. Luas Tax Saver Monthly & Annual Ticket information is available on the Luas website. Luas and Bus and/or Rail Monthly & Annual Taxsaver Ticket information is available on the TaxSaver website.

More information on Fare Capping and the Leap 90 Discount can be found through our website.

Interchange between the Red and Green Luas Lines

You can switch between the two Luas lines at these stops – Abbey Street, O’Connell GPO and Marlborough Street. This makes for easy access to Saggart, Tallaght, Connolly Station or The Point (3Arena) from the Green Luas Line. This is also useful for passengers on the Red Line as it gives them easy access to Broombridge, Cabra, Phibsborough and all of Luas Green Line stops out as far as Brides Glen.

  1. Passengers on the Red Luas Line can disembark on Abbey Street and walk 1 minute to the Marlborough Street stop and board the Green Line that travels to South Dublin.
  2. You can get off the Red Line at the Abbey Street stop and walk 2 minutes to the O’Connell GPO stop and board a Green Line that travels north towards Broombridge.
  3. Hop off the Green Line at O’Connell GPO stop, you can walk 2 minutes to Abbey Street and board a Red Line tram heading towards Tallaght or go the opposite direction to Connolly and The Point (3Arena).
  4. You can get off the Green Line at Marlborough Street and walk two minutes towards the Abbey Street stop and board a Red Line tram travelling westbound towards Tallaght or eastbound towards The Point.

Accessibility Information

Passengers requiring assistance should call 0818 300 604.

Luas Customer Care hours are:

  • Monday to Friday 7.00am – 7.00pm
  • Saturday 10.00am – 2.00pm

Contact Details

Phone: 0818 300 604
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