Friday, 14 December, 2018

Bus and rail services expected to begin operating again tomorrow

Motorists were told to stay off the roads from 4pm today Motorists were told to stay off the roads from 4pm todayBRIAN LAWLESS PA
Nellie Chapman | 03 March, 2018, 10:30

Dublin Bus hopes to operate services tomorrow, dependent on road and weather conditions.

Irish Rail says all its services are running as normal at this stage, however passengers should expect some delays. Irish ferries have also cancelled their services.

Any decisions made regarding its services on Saturday will be made following advice from Met √Čireann and the National Emergency Co-ordination Committee.

Dublin Bus has said that they plan to operate services tomorrow morning, but that there will be diversions in place and that scheduled services will be disrupted.

"Last departures to and from the city centre will be at 7pm". "There will be no further commuter or rural services in the East - where there is a red warning - for the duration of the day".

AFTER a night of heavy snowfall (the most Ireland has seen in years), a number of the country's transport services have taken to social media this morning to inform people of disruptions to their commute.

"However, there will not be any kind of full service schedule tomorrow due to hard and risky road conditions in many parts of the country".

Ryanair has said that some flights to and from Dublin and Cork tomorrow have been cancelled due to the severe weather that's been forecast. "We apologise for the inconvenience but saftey of staff and customers is paramount".

All flights at Dublin airport have been suspended from 3pm today.