Plans are expected to be set up next month
Irish Rail has announced a number of proposed changes to its services, with the approval of the National Transport Authority.
If the plans go further, they would enter into force on Friday, December 9, and would include the following:
- Frequent weekend and weekend services between Mainooth / Drogheda and Connolly, including extended morning and evening hours between Mainooth and Connollia on Sundays
- Implementation of services from Monday to Friday between Hazelhatch and Grand Canal Dock, through Phoenik Park Tunnel
- An additional Monday-Friday service each time between Sligo and Dublin Connolly
- Weather changes on Rosslare Europort / Dublin Connolly services
- More than a couple of intervals on DART services on Saturdays
- A few morning services Northern Commuter will additionally serve Portmarnock, Clongriffin and Hovth Junction; and one night Northern Commuter service will additionally serve Clongriffin and Portmarnock, to balance the capacity
- Extra Early Morning 06.52hrs Connolly to Malahide DART NorthMarket Northern Commuter Service for DART Middle Users Station
- Revised weather conditions for Sligo / Dublin Connolly route services to improve accuracy
- Several other minor scheduling changes to improve accuracy
Proposed weather changes from 9 December including:
More drive trains for Drogheda, Mainooth and Hazelhatch to GCD
✅ Dublin / Sligo is driving daily every day
Time Dublin / Rosslare time change
✅ Ektra peak Portmarnock & Clongriffin stops
Send feedback to https: //t.co/G5BVPbpsFG
– Iarnrod Eireann (@ IrishRail) November 9, 2018
The company invites clients to provide feedback on proposed changes and you can do so here.
In the meantime, it has also been confirmed that work on coastal protection will work between Braille and Greystones during this weekend.
Reminder: transferring the bus between Brai and Greistones today, tomorrow 10th and tomorrow 11th November, for DART and Rosslare services, thanks to shore protection works pic.tvitter.com/ LTv2rk3hH6
– Iarnrod Eireann (@ IrishRail) November 10, 2018
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