Luas Cherrywood (Luas B1)

Luas Cherrywood extended the existing Luas Green Line (St. Stephen’s Green to Sandyford) to Bride’s Glen.

Luas Cherrywood serves 9 new Luas Stops and facilitates the achievement of Land Use Objectives developed by Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council. The journey time between Sandyford Stop and Brides Glen Stop is 20 minutes. The stops at Brennanstown and Racecourse are future stops.

Stops are  located at Central Park, Glencairn, The Gallops, Leopardstown Valley, Ballyogan Wood, Carrickmines (Park + Ride), Laughanstown, Cherrywood and Brides Glen.

The line links with the Luas Green Line at the Sandyford Stop and terminates at the Brides Glen Stop.

A Park and Ride facility opened at Carrickmines on 26th November 2011.

Luas Cherrywood Line B1 was developed on a Public Private Partnership (PPP) basis and was part funded by the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport.

To find out more about a particular phase or to view published information for this line, please click on one of the phases below. Identify Route OptionsRoute SelectionLine & Stop DesignBuild & Operation PermissionConstructionDaily Operations
To view published information for a section of the line please click on a line stop below. Bride's GlenCherrywoodLaughanstownBrennanstownCarrickminesRacecourseBallyogan WoodLeopardstownThe GallopsGelncairnCentral ParkSandyford


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