Free Travel for Kids on Dublin’s Luas

The Luas, the state of the art light rail transit system in Dublin that provides an easy and fast way to travel around the capital has announced that kids can travel free of charge at weekend during February – April as part of a new fare initiative by the National Transport Authority.

In 2012 the Luas carried a record 29.4 million passengers, and with both of the Luas’s popular routes covered by this new initiative that will enable children to travel free on Saturday’s, Sunday’s and Bank Holidays on the Green Line, which first opened in June 2004 and the Red Line which opened in September 2004, its hoped that even more customers will travel on the Luas.

Allowing two children to travel free of charge with each adult who has a valid Luas adult ticket, this free offer is available to all customers, whether a local, a visitor in the area or a tourist on vacation in Ireland, which is great news for anyone who is planning to travel to Dublin during the coming months to partake in the St Patrick Day celebrations or festivities happening over Easter as part of the Irish Gathering 2013.

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