The Broadstone tram stop is located on the Luas Green Line, which runs through the city centre of Dublin. The stop is served by trams in both directions, and it is a popular connection for people traveling to and from the Grangegorman University Campus.
The Broadstone tram stop was opened in 2017, as part of the Luas Cross City project. The project extended the Green Line north from St. Stephen’s Green to Broombridge, and it included the construction of a new tram stop at Broadstone.
The Broadstone tram stop is a modern, accessible facility, and it is equipped with ticket machines, seating, and a waiting shelter. The stop is also located close to a number of bus stops, making it a convenient connection for people using public transportation. It is also my local tram stop which I use almost daily in preference to the Dominick Street tram stop.