DART and commuter services in the capital will be severely disrupted over the bank holiday weekend because of engineering works.
There will be no DART services between Pearse and Howth/Malahide, while commuters using the Northern Commuter line from Drogheda and Dundalk will have to disembark at Malahide before taking a bus to the city centre.
The engineering works are part of the City Centre Resignalling Project, which will increase capacity through Connolly Station and allow 20 trains to operate in each direction per hour, compared with 12 at present.
The disruptions will take place between next Saturday and Monday.
The changes include:
• DART services will operate between Bray/Greystones and Pearse Stations only. There will be no services between Pearse and Howth/Malahide, but Dublin Bus will accept tickets.
• Connolly to Belfast services will involve bus transfers between Connolly and Drogheda, with a train service to Belfast.
• Rosslare Europort services will operate to and from Pearse Station, instead of Connolly.
• All Maynooth services will operate to and from Connolly only, and will not continue to Pearse and other stations.
Iarnrod Eireann said there would be a Sunday service in operation on Bank Holiday Monday.
Full details of services are at www.irishrail.ie, or on the Iarnrod Eireann app for Apple and Android.