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Off the rails Disruptions to trains as works carried out at Dublin's Connolly Station

The final phase of Irish Rail’s major city centre resignalling project, which began on October 20, covers Killester to Connolly Station, and the wider Connolly Station area, including to Glasnevin Junction on the Maynooth line.

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Connolly Station

Connolly Station

Connolly Station

Ongoing works at Dublin’s Connolly station will cause disruption to train service over this and next weekend, Irish Rail has warned.

The final phase of Irish Rail’s major city centre resignalling project, which began on October 20, covers Killester to Connolly Station, and the wider Connolly Station area, including to Glasnevin Junction on the Maynooth line.

The €120 million project will result in the resignalling of the DART network from Howth/Malahide to Sandymount, and an increase in the number of trains which can operate during peak hours.

DART services will be suspended between Malahide/Howth and Grand Canal Dock. Bus operators will accept rail tickets. DART services will operate between Grand Canal Dock and Bray/Greystones only.

Maynooth services will operate an hourly service to/from Docklands Station, instead of Connolly.

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Connolly Station in Dublin

Connolly Station in Dublin

Connolly Station in Dublin

Northern Commuter services (Drogheda) will operate an hourly service to/from Malahide, with bus transfers between Malahide and Dublin Connolly

The Belfast Enterprise will operate between Belfast and Drogheda, with bus transfers between Drogheda and Connolly.

A revised schedule will operate between Sligo and Maynooth, with bus transfers between Maynooth and Dublin Connolly.

Services will operate between Rosslare Europort and Bray, with bus transfers between Bray and Dublin Connolly.

From Monday to Friday, November 13, DART services will resume to a full timetable, one week ahead of schedule. Drogheda, Maynooth and M3 Parkway services will operate to a revised and reduced schedule. M3 Parkway services will operate at morning and evening peak only.

Belfast, Sligo and Rosslare services will operate as normal.

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