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Unread 24-10-2011, 14:53   #1
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Default [24/10/2011] DART. Commuter, Luas - severe disruption

http://irishrail.ie/news_centre/travel_alerts.asp?action=view&news_id=1225
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DART suspended Dun Laoghaire to Bray - flooding on line by Corporate Communications

15.50hrs, Monday 24th October

DART services are currently suspended between Dun Laoghaire and Bray due to flooding on the line.

Dublin Bus will accept rail tickets for customers affected.

We are monitoring water levels closely and will update this website and twitter with latest information.

We apologise for the inconvenience caused.
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Unread 24-10-2011, 15:42   #2
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It's really shaping up to be a day to forget on the rails.

It started with the 06:15 Cork-Dublin breaking down causing to delays to every Cork/Kerry/Limerick service up to midday.

Then there was the Lansdowne Rd level crossing.

Now the DART being closed.

And I believe there were some kind of delays on the Sligo line this morning.
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Unread 24-10-2011, 16:09   #3
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I certainly wasn't expecting much from the train today and there were some delays for the first two trains coming from Longford this morning thanks to a tree coming down just before Enfield. But considering how much debris came down on the roads in the midlands last night, it wasn't too bad.

Irish Rail were very good and they had it cleared just about in time for the early train from Sligo. I'm normally quite quick to criticise them but I think credit where credit is due on this one.
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Unread 24-10-2011, 19:24   #4
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Seems to have been a massive failure, possibly signalling. No trains going into or out of Pearse in either direction. Southbound DART terminated there. Displays are blank, online real time info static.

EDIT:

IE's twitter:

19:00 Connolly - Belfast is cancelled due to flooding. All Northern Commuter services and DARTs north of Connolly cancelled

Sligo and Maynooth services currently suspended due to flooding at Broombridge

DART services now only operating between Connolly and Lansdowne Road due to flooding at Clontarf Road and Seapoint. DB honouring tickets

UPDATE: All DART services now suspended due to flooding



So as of half 8, literally no trains moving on the Connolly side of the network. Great.

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Unread 24-10-2011, 19:34   #5
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Update:
18.40 Connolly to Drogheda was delayed for 15 mins at Howth Junction due to a signal failure. Headed full speed to Donabate, but stuck there for 40 minutes awaiting an ambulance. Driver only made 1 announcement.
Arrived 1 hour late to Rush and Lusk.
But if IE twitter is correct,things are much worse behind it.
Irish Rail main website (excl. Twitter) has very little on delays.
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2 out of service DARTs just rolled north out of Pearse. If they're going to Fairview maybe IE has given up for the night.

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DART services suspended for rest of the evening: focusing on trying to ensure services run in the morning. Dublin Bus accepting rail tickets

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Unread 24-10-2011, 20:11   #7
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Major disruption Dublin area, due to flooding by Corporate Communications

20.30, Monday 24th October

There is severe disruption to rail services in the Dublin area due to flooding.

The following service arrangements apply:

- DART: all DART services are now suspended

- Northern Commuter: services operating Malahide to Drogheda only

- Maynooth Commuter: services suspended, flooding at Broombridge

- Belfast Enterprise: services suspended

Dublin Bus will accept rail tickets for affected customers.
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Unread 24-10-2011, 20:34   #8
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IR reported DART, Enterprise and northern suburban services suspended as of 2030 due to flooding in Clontarf ? The place must be wiped out given that the railway is about 20 ft above the general ground level.

Is this the real story or is Irish Rail hiding something else in the general chaos ? They advised NIR earlier that there were signalling problems at Connolly and that this was delaying the departure of the 1900 to Belfast.

Incidentally where would I get the Dublin Bus service for Belfast ?

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How come the Realtime search on the IE website still shows some services running via Connolly? Albeit very limited...
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IR reported DART, Enterprise and northern suburban services suspended as of 2030 due to flooding in Clontarf ? The place must be wiped out given that the railway is about 20 ft above the general ground level.

Is this the real story or is Irish Rail hiding something else in the general chaos ? They advised NIR earlier that there were signalling problems at Connolly and that this was delaying the departure of the 1900 to Belfast.
I found that strange too....Unless they meant close to Killester??? Went through that area around 7pm with no issues, bar stuck behind a late running DART....
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IR reported DART, Enterprise and northern suburban services suspended as of 2030 due to flooding in Clontarf ? The place must be wiped out given that the railway is about 20 ft above the general ground level.
I presume they mean at the golf course, where there is a stream.

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Major disruption Dublin area, due to flooding by Corporate Communications

21.30, Monday 24th October

There is severe disruption to rail services in the Dublin area due to flooding.

The following service arrangements apply:

- DART: all DART services are now suspended
- Northern Commuter: services operating Malahide to Drogheda only
- Maynooth Commuter: services suspended, flooding at Broombridge

Dublin Bus will accept rail tickets for affected customers.

Services are not expected to resume this evening.

This website and our twitter account will be updated with the latest service information, including for tomorrow morning.

We apologise for the inconvenience caused.
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Unread 24-10-2011, 20:40   #12
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Seapoint under *a lot* of water. A mains drain burst through the road on Seapoint Avenue and it's flooding down onto the tracks through some unfortunate persons garden. It's got nowhere to go other than to fill in the cutting, which is lucky for everyone else in the area.

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Unread 24-10-2011, 20:40   #13
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The Luas Green Line is operating Brides Glen to Beechwood Stop. No service between Beechwood and St Stephen's Green - due to flood waters.

The Red Line is not operating between Saggart stop and Belgard stop.

The Tallaght Red Line is operating Tallaght to Blackhorse stop only. There is no service Blackhorse to Connolly / The Point

This is due to a high level of flood water on parts of the Blackhorse to The Point line and on the Saggart Belgard section.

Passengers who are reading this at Luas stops are aware the stop announcements are not working at every stop - this is weather related too. Maintenance teams are working on this also.

Luas Tickets are valid on Dublin Bus

We sincerely apologise for this service disruption.

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It looks like its stopped raining in most of the country, but still bad across most of Ulster.

http://www.met.ie/forecasts/
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24 October 2011 15:49

Today

Spells of heavy rain affecting Ulster, Leinster and parts of east Munster will clear early tonight. Elsewhere, patches of light rain will soon die out but it will stay cloudy for a time. Isolated showers will develop overnight near western coasts, otherwise there will be clear spells, and fog will form widely inland. Winds will remain light and it will turn cooler. Lowest temperatures 3 to 7 degrees Celsius.


Tomorrow

Fog will clear on Tuesday morning, then occasional showers will affect southern and western counties. However, elsewhere will be mainly dry with sunny intervals. Winds will be light to moderate, south to southwest and temperatures will rise to between 10 and 13 degrees Celsius.


Outlook

Tuesday night will be dry with clear spells and light winds. Cold overnight with lows of 0 to 4 Celsius and widespread ground frost. Cool on Wednesday and Thursday with highs of 9 to 12 Celsius and light to moderate breezes between south and west in direction. Bright or sunny spells on both days, and mostly dry apart from a few scattered showers, but cloud will increase in the west and northwest on Thursday bringing some rain to west Connacht and west Ulster later in the day. Widespread frost on Wednesday night but frost confined to southeastern and some southern parts on Thursday night. A lot of dry bright weather on Friday also, the best of the sunshine in the east and southeast, but increasing cloud and freshening southerly winds will bring rain into the southwest, west and northwest later in the day. Highs 11 to 14 Celsius. Mild and breezy on Friday night with patchy rain or drizzle in places. A bit milder for the weekend with highs of 12 to 14 or 15 Celsius. Breezy on Saturday with persistent rain spreading countrywide during the day, the rain heavy at times in the southwest and west. The rain will clear away eastwards later in the day and overnight to give a brighter day on Sunday with sunny spells and scattered showers but rain likely again Sunday night.
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Dublin Bus Diversions
Monday, October 24, 2011

Updated 21:20

Dublin Bus wishes to advise its customers that due to adverse weather conditions the diversions and curtailments listed below are currently in place, although there may also be delays due to slow traffic.

We will continue to monitor all routes and corridors throughout the evening and early Tuesday Morning 25th October and we will update the information below continuously.

Please note the North Quays are closed at Parkgate Street due to flooding.
Routes Diversion
1 Operating as normal.
2 Operating as normal.
3 Operating as normal.
4 Operating as normal.
7 Operating as normal.
7b Operating as normal.
7d Operating as normal.
8 Operating as normal.
9 Operating as normal.
11 Operating as normal.
13 Route 13 Southside will operate via St. James's hospital back to route at Emmet road. Buses are out of Woodford using Monastry road in both directions.

Route 13 Northside is using Homefarm road in both directions and not serving Griffth avenue.
14 Operating as normal.
14a Operating as normal.
15 Operating as normal.
15a Operating as normal.
15b Operating as normal.
15e Operating as normal.
15f Operating as normal.
16 Operating as normal.
16a Operating as normal.
17 Operating as normal.
17a Route 17a Terminating at Newgrove Cross on the northside.
18 Route 18 Using Stanaway road to Terenure road west onto Cromwellsfort road terminating at Walkinstown Cross Roundabout not serving Ballyfermot.
20b Operating as normal.
25 Routes 25 operating via South Circular road through St. James's hospital to James's street Thomas street to Winetavern street to normal route.
25a Routes 25a operating via South Circular road through St. James's hospital to James's street Thomas street to Winetavern street to normal route.
25b Operating as normal.
25x Operating as normal.
26 Routes 26 operating via South Circular road through St. James's hospital to James's street Thomas street to Winetavern street to normal route.
27 Route 77a and 27 are terminating on Cheeverstown road.
27a Operating as normal.
27b Operating as normal.
27x Operating as normal.
29a Operating as normal.
31 Operating as normal.
31b Operating as normal.
32/b Operating as normal.
32a Operating as normal.
32x Operating as normal.
33 Operating as normal.
33a Operating as normal.
33b Operating as normal.
33d Operating as normal.
33x Operating as normal.
37 Operating as normal.
38 Operating as normal.
38a Operating as normal.
38b Operating as normal.
39 Operating as normal.
39a Operating as normal.
40/a Operating as normal.
40d Operating as normal.
41 Operating as normal.
41b Operating as normal.
41c Operating as normal.
41x Operating as normal.
42 Operating as normal.
43 Operating as normal.
44 Operating as normal.
44b Operating as normal.
45 Operating as normal.
45a Operating as normal.
46a Operating as normal.
46e Operating as normal.
47 Operating as normal.
49 Operating as normal.
51 Operating as normal.
51d Operating as normal.
51x Operating as normal.
53 Operating as normal.
53a Operating as normal.
54a Route 54a Terminating at Tallaght Square.
56a Operating as normal.
59 Operating as normal.
61 Operating as normal.
63 Operating as normal.
65 Route 65 Operating via Cheeverstown road via Citywest road to Blessington road and normal route.
65b Route 65b Operating via Cheeverstown road to Fortunestown Lane to normal route.
66 Routes 66 operating via South Circular road through St. James's hospital to James's street Thomas street to Winetavern street to normal route.
66a Routes 66a operating via South Circular road through St. James's hospital to James's street Thomas street to Winetavern street to normal route.
66b Operating as normal.
66x Operating as normal.
67 Routes 67 operating via South Circular road through St. James's hospital to James's street Thomas street to Winetavern street to normal route.
67x Operating as normal.
68 Operating as normal.
69 Route 69 not serving Saggart or Rathcoole terminating at Citywest.
69x Operating as normal.
70 Operating as normal.
74 Operating as normal.
74a Operating as normal.
75 Route 75 Terminating at Firhouse road (Mill pub)not serving Tallaght.
76 Operating as normal.
76a Operating as normal.
76b Operating as normal.
77a Route 77a and 27 are terminating on Cheeverstown Road.
77x Operating as normal.
78/a Route 78a Operating via St. James's hospital and the South Circular road back to normal route at Emmet road.
79/a Route 79 normal route to Decies road to Garryowen road onto Ballyfermot road terminating at Ballyfermot church in both directions.
83 Operating as normal.
84 Operating as normal.
84x Operating as normal.
90 Operating as normal.
102 Operating as normal.
104 Operating as normal.
111 Operating as normal.
114 Operating as normal.
116 Operating as normal.
118 Operating as normal.
120 Operating as normal.
122 Operating as normal.
123 Operating as normal.
128 Operating as normal.
130 Operating as normal.
140 Operating as normal.
142 Operating as normal.
145 Operating as normal.
150 Route 150 is not serving Crumlin village and is using Long Mile road to Walkinstown road via Cromwellsfort road to normal route in both directions.
151 Operating as normal.
161 Operating as normal.
184 Operating as normal.
185 Operating as normal.
210 Operating as normal.
220 Operating as normal.
221 Operating as normal.
236 Operating as normal.
238 Operating as normal.
239 Operating as normal.
270 Operating as normal.
747 Route 747 terminating at Busaras not serving Heuston station.
Tours Operating as normal.
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Unread 24-10-2011, 21:08   #16
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whatever about Seapoint, the cutting at Dun Laoghaire always floods when there's torrential rain (admittedly today seems to have been particularly bad). Have IE done anything to improve things there?
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Default Dublin Bus 22:35

http://www.dublinbus.ie/en/News-Cent...us-Diversions/
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Monday, October 24, 2011
Updated 22:35

Dublin Bus wishes to advise its customers that due to adverse weather conditions the diversions and curtailments listed below are currently in place, although there may also be delays due to slow traffic.

We will continue to monitor all routes and corridors throughout the evening and early Tuesday Morning 25th October and we will update the information below continuously.

Please note the North Quays are closed at Parkgate Street due to flooding.
Routes Diversion
1 Operating as normal.
2 Operating as normal.
3 Operating as normal.
4 Operating as normal.
7 Operating as normal.
7b Operating as normal.
7d Operating as normal.
8 Operating as normal.
9 Operating as normal.
11 Operating as normal.
13 Route 13 Southside will operate via St. James's hospital back to route at Emmet road. Buses are out of Woodford using Monastry road in both directions.

Route 13 Northside is using Homefarm road in both directions and not serving Griffth avenue.
14 Operating as normal.
14a Operating as normal.
15 Operating as normal.
15a Operating as normal.
15b Operating as normal.
15e Operating as normal.
15f Operating as normal.
16 Operating as normal.
16a Operating as normal.
17 Operating as normal.
17a Route 17a Terminating at Newgrove Cross on the northside.
18 Route 18 Using Stanaway road to Terenure road west onto Cromwellsfort road terminating at Walkinstown Cross Roundabout not serving Ballyfermot.
20b Operating as normal.
25 Routes 25 operating via South Circular road through St. James's hospital to James's street Thomas street to Winetavern street to normal route.
25a Routes 25a operating via South Circular road through St. James's hospital to James's street Thomas street to Winetavern street to normal route.
25b Operating as normal.
25x Operating as normal.
26 Routes 26 operating via South Circular road through St. James's hospital to James's street Thomas street to Winetavern street to normal route.
27 Route 77a and 27 are terminating on Cheeverstown road.
27a Operating as normal.
27b Operating as normal.
27x Operating as normal.
29a Operating as normal.
31 Operating as normal.
31b Operating as normal.
32/b Operating as normal.
32a Operating as normal.
32x Operating as normal.
33 Operating as normal.
33a Operating as normal.
33b Operating as normal.
33d Operating as normal.
33x Operating as normal.
37 Operating as normal.
38 Operating as normal.
38a Operating as normal.
38b Operating as normal.
39 Operating as normal.
39a Operating as normal.
40/a Operating as normal.
40d Operating as normal.
41 Operating as normal.
41b Operating as normal.
41c Operating as normal.
41x Operating as normal.
42 Operating as normal.
43 Operating as normal.
44 Operating as normal.
44b Operating as normal.
45 Operating as normal.
45a Operating as normal.
46a Operating as normal.
46e Operating as normal.
47 Operating as normal.
49 Operating as normal.
51 Operating as normal.
51d Operating as normal.
51x Operating as normal.
53 Operating as normal.
53a Operating as normal.
54a Route 54a Terminating at Tallaght Square.
56a Operating as normal.
59 Operating as normal.
61 Operating as normal.
63 Operating as normal.
65 Route 65 Operating via Cheeverstown road via Citywest road to Blessington road and normal route. All buses operating to Blessington only.
65b Route 65b Operating via Cheeverstown road to Fortunestown Lane to normal route.
66 Routes 66 operating via South Circular road through St. James's hospital to James's street Thomas street to Winetavern street to normal route.
66a Routes 66a operating via South Circular road through St. James's hospital to James's street Thomas street to Winetavern street to normal route.
66b Operating as normal.
66x Operating as normal.
67 Routes 67 operating via South Circular road through St. James's hospital to James's street Thomas street to Winetavern street to normal route.
67x Operating as normal.
68 Operating as normal.
69 Route 69 not serving Saggart or Rathcoole terminating at Citywest.
69x Operating as normal.
70 Operating as normal.
74 Operating as normal.
74a Operating as normal.
75 Route 75 Terminating at Firhouse road (Mill pub)not serving Tallaght.
76 Operating as normal.
76a Operating as normal.
76b Operating as normal.
77a Route 77a and 27 are terminating on Cheeverstown Road.
77x Operating as normal.
78/a Route 78a Operating via St. James's hospital and the South Circular road back to normal route at Emmet road.
79/a Route 79 normal route to Decies road to Garryowen road onto Ballyfermot road terminating at Ballyfermot church in both directions.
83 Operating as normal.
84 Operating as normal.
84x Operating as normal.
90 Operating as normal.
102 Operating as normal.
104 Operating as normal.
111 Operating as normal.
114 Operating as normal.
116 Operating as normal.
118 Operating as normal.
120 Operating as normal.
122 Operating as normal.
123 Operating as normal on southside. Northside not serving Ballybough ,turning down Portland Row to North Strand onto Fairview and Malahide road to terminus. Inbound from Marino via Malahide road to Fairview Strand onto Clonliffe road to North Circular road via Great Charles street and Mountjoy Square to Gardiner street and normal route
128 Operating as normal.
130 Operating as normal.
140 Operating as normal.
142 Operating as normal.
145 Operating as normal.
150 Route 150 is not serving Crumlin village and is using Long Mile road to Walkinstown road via Cromwellsfort road to normal route in both directions.
151 Operating as normal.
161 Operating as normal.
184 Operating as normal.
185 Operating as normal.
210 Operating as normal.
220 Operating as normal.
221 Operating as normal.
236 Operating as normal.
238 Operating as normal.
239 Operating as normal.
270 Operating as normal.
747 Route 747 terminating at Busaras not serving Heuston station.
Tours Operating as normal.

Customers can also visit www.transport.ie for service updates from all major public transport operators and the National Roads Authority.

Dublin Bus would like to apologise to customers for any inconvenience caused.
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Bad Weather Disrupts Flight Schedule At Dublin Airport

October 24 2011

Due to severe wind sheer and bad weather conditions on approach to the main runway at Dublin Airport a number of aircraft have been diverted to alternative airports.

Passengers are advised to contact their airline's website BEFORE travelling to Dublin Airport.


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Given the condition of Broombridge in this photo, could be problems tomorrow.
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The Luas Green Line is operating a full line service - Brides Glen to St Stephen's Green

Update on Red line at 11 05 pm

The Red Line is operating Tallaght to Connolly Stop

There is no Red Line service at George's Dock, Mayor Sq - NCI, Spencer Dock and The Point.

There are bad flood at Mayor Sq - NCI stop

Luas Tickets are valid on Dublin Bus

We sincerely apologise for this service disruption.

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