Monday , October 3 2022

The Irish Railroad Company has announced major changes to DART services and travel around the city


The plans are expected to be implemented next month

Irish Rail has announced some proposed changes to its services, subject to the approval of the National Transport Authority.

If the plans go ahead, they will be implemented from Friday, December 9th and will include the following:

  • More frequent off-peak and weekend services between Maynooth / Drogheda and Connolly, including extensive morning and evening opening hours between Maynooth and Connolly on Sundays
  • Extra off peak services from Monday to Friday between Hazelhatch and the Grand Canal Dock via the Phoenix Park tunnel
  • An additional service from Monday to Friday every way between Sligo and Dublin Connolly
  • Time changes to Rosslare Europort / Dublin Connolly
  • Even more time periods on DART services on Saturdays
  • Some of the Northern Commuter's morning services will additionally serve Portmarnock, Clongriffin and Howth Junction. and a Northern Commuter evening service will additionally serve Clongriffin and Portmarnock to balance the capacity
  • In addition early in the morning 06.52hrs Connolly to Malahide DART service to provide connection to Northern North Commuter Service for DART customers at Interchanges
  • Revised timetable for Sligo / Dublin Connolly services to improve accuracy
  • A series of other small timetable changes to improve accuracy

The company invites customers to provide feedback on the proposed changes and you can do it here.

Meanwhile, he also confirmed that because of coastal protection projects, buses will operate between Bray and Greystones throughout this weekend.

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