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Unread 19-06-2018, 15:23   #1
Jamie2k9
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Default Summer Service Cuts

http://www.irishrail.ie/news/rail-summer-timetable
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Summer Timetable Revision 2018
19 June 2018

Alternative summer timetables on Sligo, Dundalk and M3 Parkway routes from Monday 25th June

Iarnród Éireann Irish Rail advises customers of a number of changes to services this summer from Monday 25th June to Sunday 26th August. All affected services will be reinstated from Monday 27th August.

The changes reflect reduced demand for some services during the summer period, and ensure that special trains for matches, concerts and other summer events can be provided within existing driver resources.

Dublin Connolly/Sligo
16:00hrs Dublin Connolly to Sligo (currently Monday to Sunday) will operate on Friday only
16.00hrs DublinConnolly to Mullingar will operate instead on Monday to Thursday
16:30hrs Sligo to Dublin Connolly (Sunday only) will not operate during this period

Dundalk Commuter
07.10hrs Dundalk to Bray (Monday to Friday) will terminate in Grand Canal Dock
14.45hrs Dublin Connolly to Dundalk and 16.05hrs Dundalk to Dublin Connolly (both Friday only) will not operate during this period

Clonsilla to M3 Parkway
The following Off Peak M3 Parkway services will be substituted by road transfer:

11:14hrs, 12.14hrs, 13.16hrs and 14.16hrs Clonsilla to M3 Parkway (Monday to Friday)
11:43hrs, 12.40hrs, 13.45hrs and 14.40hrs M3 Parkway to Clonsilla (Monday to Friday)
Reported they wanted more cuts but NTA did not allow it.
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Unread 19-06-2018, 18:16   #2
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- The service cancellations are due to cuts in subsidy by the NTA
- They prevented the company running the services with overtime.

This is the truth, if you don't accept it that is your chocie, but the anti Irish Rail bastards on here should be [CENSORED] for talking an excellent public service down amd trying to blacken the name of the working class.
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Unread 20-06-2018, 21:43   #3
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Default Posters in Hansfied Station

Posters in Hansfield station says bus transfer is Monday to Sunday inclusive.

Means no trains for GAA matches or other weekend events for 2 months such as Dubs in super 8, semi finals etc.

Either posters or website wrong.
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Unread 20-06-2018, 22:05   #4
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That poster is really special, even for Irish Rail.

I assume they also lost the use of their keyboards spacebar when writing in Irish?
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Unread 13-07-2018, 14:32   #5
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Posters were updated in Hansfield. Now say Monday to Friday only. I saw the bus from private operator going up to Hansfield one day.
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