People have been warned of significant disruption to travel services due to Storm Ophelia, while gardaí have urged people to avoid unnecessary travel.
There will be no Luas services, on either the red line or the green line, tomorrow morning.
A technical room at the Luas depot in Clondalkin was damaged by Storm Ophelia earlier today.
Luas said it was not in a position to estimate how long it would take to repair the damage, but is due to issue an update at midday tomorrow.
All of today's Luas services ceased earlier in the day.
Iarnrod Éireann has said there will be no more train departures on any line for the rest of the day.
It said that it plans to resume services from first trains tomorrow, but only if it is safe and also depending on any fallen trees, debris or damage being cleared from rail lines.
DART and Commuter services were stopped by 2pm and will not resume this evening.
Shannon Airport urged people to check with their airline in advance of travel to or from the airport.
Aer Lingus has cancelled a large number of flights.
Ryanair has cancelled a number of flights in and out of Dublin, Cork, Shannon, Kerry and Knock airports.
British Airways, Air France, CityJet, Emirates and KLM have all cancelled some services.
Dublin Airport said that the Aircoach service has resumed limited operations between the airport and the city centre. Operations on its other services will resume later this evening and early tomorrow morning.
Dublin Bikes has cancelled services for the rest of the day and will resume operations at 5am.
Status RED warning extended across the country. Members of the public asked to not make any non-essential journeys and not to cycle. #Ophelia— An Garda Síochána (@GardaTraffic) October 15, 2017