Originally Posted by Jamie2k9
They do not as the 22000 only have one area for wheelchairs which is located next to the accessible toilet.
We are getting a little picky here, Irish Rail will never be prefect nor all public transport company.
A person with poor eye site would be with IE staff and there is no need to seat them in a wheelchair space.
If anything assisting passengers is something IE tend to do well considering some of the respect they show to other passengers.
As for the bikes cycling on platforms no more dangerous than people running for a train.
Personally speaking I would prefer to be knocked over by a person running for a train rather than a cyclist on the platform.