Irish Rail Weekend Travel Update
Bank holiday travellers will be forced to make alternative arrangements if the planned industrial action by Dublin Bus and Bus Eireann goes ahead tomorrow and Saturday.
Many will be turning to Irish Rail to get to their destinations, and joining Sean was Barry Kenny from Iarnoid Eireann.
Full rail service operating Friday 1st May
Advice for DART, Commuter and Intercity customers:
Iarnród Éireann is reminding customers that the full advertised rail service will operate on all routes on Friday 1st May and Saturday 2nd May (revised times on services to and from Heuston on Saturday 2nd May to facilitate line works).
Rail services will not be affected by the industrial action in Dublin Bus and Bus Éireann.
Advice for rail travel Friday 1st May
A full rail service will operate on all Iarnród Éireann routes (DART, Commuter and Intercity) on Friday 1st May.
Iarnród Éireann advises customers:
- All scheduled services will operate on all routes.
- On DART and Commuter routes, demand is expected to be extremely high at peak times, particularly services arriving in Dublin city centre between 08.00hrs and 09.00hrs, and departing Dublin city centre between 17.00hrs and 18.30hrs. Customers who have flexibility in travel arrangements are advised to travel outside these hours.
- On Intercity services, demand is expected to be extremely high from 13.00hrs to 20.00hrs. Customers who have flexibility in travel arrangements are advised to travel outside these hours. Online booking in advance at www.irishrail.ie is strongly advised.
- Dublin Bus and Bus Éireann tickets, including season tickets, are not valid on Iarnród Éireann services.
Follow @IrishRail on Twitter for service announcements across the weekend.