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Unread 15-07-2009, 22:29   #1
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Default [19 & 26/7/2009] Connolly & Busáras Stops temporarily closed - Sunday 19 & 26 July

http://www.luas.ie/news.php
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# Connolly and Busáras Luas Stops closed until 9.15am Sunday 19th July & Sunday 26th July.
Late Sunday Starts at Connolly and Busáras Luas Stops, stops closed until 9.15am Sunday 19th July & Sunday 26th July.

http://www.luas.ie/page.php?name=Con...ay_26th_July__
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Connolly and Busáras Luas Stops will be temporarily closed on the following dates:

* Sunday 19th July from 7.00am to 9.15am
* Sunday 26th July from 7.00am to 9.15am

No other stops on the Luas Red Line will be affected; Luas will operate between Abbey Street and Tallaght at close to normal frequency. Full service including Connolly and Busáras Stops will resume at 9.15am. These temporary closures are to facilitate the ongoing construction of Luas Docklands (Busáras to The Point).

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Click here to read more about the Red Line extension, Luas Docklands
(Busáras to The Point) (Line C1)
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