Kids free on LUAS for Easter

Kids free on LUAS for Easter

Kids will not be charged to travel on the LUAS on Good Friday and Easter Monday.

The RPA ran the initiative before, on other public holidays, and said that it should help encourage families to take the tram.

Two children may travel free of charge with each adult who has a valid Luas ticket.

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