Plans are expected to begin next month
The Irish Railway has announced several proposed changes to its services based on the approval of the National Transport Authority.
If plans continue, they will take place on Friday 9 December and include:
- The most frequent picnic and weekend services between Maynooth / Drogheda and Connolly, including extended morning and evening hours between Maynooth and Connolly on Sundays
- From Monday to Friday, the introduction of unlisted services between Hazelhatch and Grand Canal Dock via Phoenix Park Tunnel
- From Mondays to Fridays, every flight from Sligo to Dublin Connolly
- Time Changes for Rosslare Europort / Dublin Connolly Services
- Several equal intervals for DART services on Saturdays
- Several morning services in the North include Portmarnock, Clongriffin and Howth Junction; and one night, the North Carrier Services also serves Clongriffin and Portmarnock to balance power
- In addition, early in the morning, at 06.52 hours, Connolly, with the Malahide DART service, to provide connectivity to NORTH traffic services for DART customers at intermediate stages
- Reviewed Sligo / Dublin Connolly Route Services to improve punctuality
- Several other small changes to the graphics to improve punctuality
Changes in the proposed schedule from December 9, including:
✅ Drohed, Maynooth and Hazelhatch to GCD additional trains
Dienu Take Dublin / Sligo every day every day
✅ Dublin / Rosslare weather changes
✅ The additional peak at Portmarnock & Clongriff stops
Submit feedback on https://t.co/G5BWPbpsFG
– Iarnród Éireann (@ IrishRail) November 9, 2018
The company invites customers to provide feedback on the proposed changes, and you can do this here.
At the same time, it also confirmed that, as a result of coastal protection work, this weekend between Brai and Greystone will be transported by bus.
Reminder: Bus transits between Brai and Greystones today Saturday 10th and Tomorrow Sun on November 11 for DART and Rosslare services for offshore protection works pic.twitter.com/LTv2rq3hH6
– Iarnród Éireann (@ IrishRail) November 10, 2018
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