Public transport in Ireland: June Bank Holiday 2017

Photo by Flickr user calflier001, used under CC-BY-SA-2.0 licence Compiled by Lauren Beehan and Chris Jones If you’re planning to be out and about over the June Bank Holiday weekend, you can expect changes to public transport schedules. We’ve compiled the major alterations for Dublin Bus, Luas, Irish Rail (including DART) and Bus Éireann. As always on a […]

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Irish Rail users faced with bus transfers

Irish Rail users travelling to and from Limerick this June will face disruption due to major signalling works. Bus transfers will be in operation on all services to and from Colbert Station in Limerick City.
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Summer works to affect Irish Rail services

Main photo – used under CC0 License Irish Rail users on Saturday services to and from Dublin Heuston can expect some disruption over the summer due to planned engineering works between Hazelhatch and Thurles on the Dublin/Cork line. Works will not take place during August, or on Saturdays of major events like sports fixtures and concerts. […]

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How to get to Forbidden Fruit Festival: The AA Roadwatch Guide

AA Roadwatch’s Chris Jones previews Dublin’s Forbidden Fruit Festival – with info on the line-up, tickets and how to get there.
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Public transport in Ireland: May Bank Holiday 2017

Photo by Flickr user calflier001, used under CC-BY-SA-2.0 licence If you’re planning to be out and about over the May Bank Holiday weekend, you can expect changes to public transport schedules. We’ve compiled the major changes for Dublin Bus, Luas, Irish Rail (including DART) and Bus Éireann. As always on a bank holiday, services are expected to be […]

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Public transport arrangements – Easter 2017

If you’re planning to be out and about over the Easter weekend, expect changes to public transport schedules. We’ve compiled the major changes for Dublin Bus, Luas and Irish Rail (including DART). Bus Éireann schedules are to be confirmed. Remember to check the transport provider’s website for specific times and routes before you travel, and to leave extra time […]

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Public transport on St. Patrick’s Day: what do I need to know?

St. Patrick’s Day is the biggest party of the year, with hundreds of thousands of people expected to be on the streets to celebrate on Friday 17th March. Many of you will be on the move around the country, so we’ve put together this guide to using public transport on the day. Below, you will […]

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Luas Cross City not an excuse to hit motorists

The railroad is coming through. Dublin City Council is determinedly forcing other modes aside to make sure that the Capital’s Luas extension gets every priority. They are deliberately choosing to be blind to the point of vindictiveness when it comes to the consequences for motorists. No effort is being to facilitate private transport and no […]

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What do I need to know about the Bus Éireann strike?

Many thousands of commuters face ongoing disruption due to an all-out strike called by Bus Éireann unions. HOW LONG WILL THE STRIKE LAST? We don’t know. The unions have said that the strike, which commenced on Friday 23rd March, will continue indefinitely. ARE ALL SERVICES AFFECTED? A spokesman for the unions says that the strike affects all services except for […]

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Luas Cross City – what can we expect in 2017?

Roadworks have been a familiar sight around Dublin city centre since June 2013, but the good news is that the end is in sight: Luas Cross City works are on schedule to be completed in December. Luas Cross City is an extension of the green line with 13 new stops – eight in the city […]

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