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There are no northside DARTs running today or tomorrow

If you were planning to take the DART, you can’t. Unless you live on the southside.

This handsome man is a stock image, and that's not an actual DART station. If you must, please look below for a picture of a DART.
This handsome man is a stock image, and that's not an actual DART station. If you must, please look below for a picture of a DART.
Image: Shutterstock/Olena Zaskochenko

THERE ARE SOME major changes to rail services in the Dublin area and further up the east coast this weekend.

It’s due to engineering works taking place between Killester and Skerries, in the north of Dublin county.

There are also line improvement works taking place on the Heuston line.

Here’s what’s happening with the DART today and tomorrow:

  • DART services will operate between Dublin Connolly, Bray and Greystones only
  • There will be no train service between Dublin Connolly, Malahide and Howth

(Dublin bus will accept valid rail tickets for travel within the affected DART route).

For Drogheda and Dundalk passengers: 

  • Today: An hourly timetable will operate between Dundalk/Drogheda and Skerries with connecting bus transfers to/from Donabate and Connolly Station.
  • Tomorrow: An amended timetable will operate between Dundalk/Drogheda and Skerries with connecting bus transfers to/from Donabate and Connolly Station.

Belfast train: 

  • Enterprise services will operate to/from Drogheda, a direct bus transfer will operate to/from Drogheda and Dublin Connolly.

transport Source: Sam Boal

Heuston line 

Line improvement works are taking place on the Dublin to Cork line, focusing on the area between Hazelhatch (near Celbridge) and Thurles.

There are changes to a number of services as a result today. Full details on the Irish Rail website.

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