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The system now has fifty-four stations and 36.5 kilometres (22.7 mi) of track.
Three extensions to the existing Luas lines have been completed.
Construction of a 6 km extension to the Green line to the North city centre and Broombridge, which will link both Green and Red lines, began in June 2013.
which referenced the original Dublin tramways, once running over 60 kilometres (37 mi) and reaching most parts of the city.
It mostly follows the route of the old Harcourt Street railway line, which was reserved for possible re-use when it closed in 1958.
The original launch date for the Luas was to be 2003, but delays in construction saw this date pushed back by a year.
An advertising campaign took place to inform the public of the development of the system, while construction was taking place.
An inquiry started in July 1997, but was put on hold to investigate the possibility of underground sections in the city centre.
In May 1998 the government decided to build two lines, amending the plans.