Luas and Dublin Bus passengers in Dublin city centre…
….as outgoing Minister for Transport Shane Ross warned:.
“We are going to get to a situation in the next few weeks where it’s close to bursting and where there’s not enough capacity on public transport.
“We’ve increased the capacity to 50% which will mean a lot more people can get on the buses and the trains but to match that, to protect people’s health, we’ve made mandatory face masks so everybody getting on to public transport in the next few weeks or days, they’ll have to wear a face mask.”
Consistent issue of RTC’s for Luas red line. It’s effectively running the gauntlet between Heuston and Connolly in particular. The current junction layouts are not safe enough. No doubt buildings obscure sight lines. Need to look at speed limits and limiting traffic in general. https://t.co/vWiUooeRxU
@Luas why is your LUAS every morning this week pulling off when people are running to it? A train pulls up and 30 people are getting off, and your luas pulls off as they get to it , leaving everyone standing at broombridge for 12 minutes until the next one comes along.
Your drivers can clearly see people running across the footbridge and down the steps, but pulls off, wheres the common sense and decent courtesy? It’s not as if there is another one, they are 10-12 minutes apart.
@Luas Could you please explain why the @Luas train leaving Broombridge at 9.36 didnt let people in who just arrived with the M3 Parkway train? We stood on the platform for 10 seconds and couldnt open the doors. Very frustrating.