Due to storm Debi, on the morning of Monday 13th November, public transport services will be severely disrupted, particularly in counties where a red or orange warning is in place.
- Dublin Bus, Go-Ahead and Luas services are not expected to operate before 9am, with a phased return to normal timetable during the morning.
- Bus Eireann services are not expected to operate before 10am, with a phased return to normal services during the morning.
- Irish Rail services will operate as normal, but with speed restrictions for all services leading to service delays
- Local Link services will not operate in counties where a red warning is in place
We would advise all customers to check operator websites before travelling for the latest information on their service.
Check The Met Éireann website for weather updates.
Iarnród Éireann – Irish Rail Update: Monday 13th Nov: 14:00
Storm Debi impact on rail services – nationwide speed restrictions no longer in place
UPDATE: Monday 13th November, 14:00hrs
Following a series of Red and Orange weather alerts issued by Met Éireann, speed restrictions on the Iarnród Éireann have now been removed across the national network.
- Delays to services remain on a number of routes, but are easing.
- A 50mph / 80kph speed restriction remains in place on the Limerick to Ennis to Athenry route.
Customers are advised to check here or Twitter @irishrail prior to travel for updates on services.
Customers are also advised to allow extra time to reach stations if travelling.