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Colm Moore
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Default [PR] “Hey you on the Mobile”

A Safety Message from Luas aimed at Pedestrians Hey You on the Mobile Phone is a safety message aimed at pedestrians from Luas Drivers
http://www.luas.ie/page.php?name=A_S..._ Pedestrians
“Hey you on the Mobile”

Luas drivers today launched a safety message entitled “Hey You on the mobile phone” asking pedestrians and cyclists to stay off their mobile and take out their headphones from their ears and listen for the chimes of the Luas instead.

People in Dublin are familiar with the Luas and many pedestrians and cyclists are relaxed around it however Veolia Transport the operator of the Luas is calling on people to be more alert.

To date many of the incidents involving the Luas and pedestrians are as a result of people on their mobile phones or wearing headphones and being distracted.

Often pedestrians in the city centre are unable to hear the warning horn of the tram as their mobile phone is distracting them. Our appeal and campaign is to ask people to stay alert at all times around the Luas.

Safety is our No.1 priority, we have a good track record and we want to keep it that way.

To view the information at the stop please click here: Hey you on the mobile phone
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