17 thoughts on “Luas Count

  1. Slightly Bemused

    They do this every so often. It is not so much to see who pays (after all, many may have multi-day passes) but to see total number of users and at each stop. They occasionally have inspectors on who will ask you your intended stop.
    Officially, it should help them in planning services, timings, etc.

    1. Roisin

      Dublin Bus were doing this near me lately, and a fortnight later they announced a new route. It’s to justify new routes, see how many people are using it, if it’s overcrowded etc.

      In the case of the Luas though they can hardly add more trams. Probably something to do with the cross-city.

  2. Robby Cook

    Some life you lead there Simo, looks like its all go for you eh? How you will manage to focus on work for the rest of the day is beyond me.

  3. #Selfie Face

    Counting whose paying on green line? Doubtful. Go to redline, life changing experience. Scary.

    1. Paulus

      It was happening on the red line too.

      +1 on the per-station on/off. They’ll be needing the crammers at Smithfield soon.

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