LUAS To Be Replaced With New Commuter Service Called ‘Walking’


GOVERNMENT intervention has finally broken the deadlock in the LUAS driver pay negotiations with a completely new commuter service being made available to Dublin city and the greater Dublin area, WWN can reveal.

‘Walking’ will see paths and pavements constructed which will cover several thousand kilometres of the city, opening up convenient ways for commuters to transport themselves across the city.

“We were fully committed to finding a solution, and we’re happy to reveal that while LUAS is on a virtual lockdown, we can unveil the innovative ‘Walking’ network,” minister for transport Paschal Donohoe explained to WWN.

“And best of all it’s completely free to use, you’re welcome”.

The new public transport system has been criticised by the public, however, who have claimed that the system is slow moving and inconvenient. It has also been asserted that among Walking’s drawbacks is that the service has no overhead coverage, and relies on commuters purchasing extras like umbrellas.

“The service is in its infancy, so there will be teething problems, but let’s be honest, it is still infinitely better than the Nitelink at 2am of a Saturday,” Donohoe concluded.