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Public Transport

Delays on DART services because of vandalism to overhead lines

Services have now been restored following an earlier suspension.

COMMUTERS IN THE Dublin and Wicklow areas can expect delays this morning following the suspension of services on the Dart line.

Irish Rail has advised that the southbound Dun Laoghaire to Bray train was suspended earlier because of an overhead line problem, blamed on vandalism.

Services have now been restored southbound but some delays are expected. Northbound trains are also running with some delays.

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