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Wednesday 26 July 2017

How transport network is affected

Airports: Dublin Airport shut down all operations at 7pm yesterday and was not expected to reopen until 8am this morning.

Earlier Aer Lingus, Ryanair and Aer Arann had cancelled all flights out of Dublin airport. Shannon and Cork airports were fully operational, but flights were delayed because of weather conditions in UK and Europe. Passengers are advised to consult with their airline before going to the airport. More information is available at www.daa.ie.

Bus Eireann: All Stage Carriage and Commuter services in the greater Dublin area did not operate after 9pm. Services to the south east were cancelled, as were buses between towns in the south west. The Dublin to Cork service operated with major delays. See www.buseireann.ie

Iarnrod Eireann: Full services operating but with delays across the network. DART and commuter services were delayed through Connolly for up to 30 minutes. A train failure at Laytown led to delays to services from Drogheda. Check www.irishrail.ie for updates.

Dublin Bus: Widespread disruption to services, with areas affected including Blackrock, Churchtown, Dundrum, Sandymount, Dodsboro, Hill of Howth, Glencullen and Cherrywood. All services stopped at 10pm. Updates at www.dublinbus.ie.

Luas: Full services operated on the Red and Green lines. Updates at www.luas.ie.

Ports: All open.

Irish Independent

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