DART services will run as normal today as talks continue to end a dispute which resulted in trains with fewer carriages yesterday.
Chaos ensued as passengers tried to crowd on to packed carriages during the morning rush hour. The dispute arose when drivers refused to carry out 'coupler' checks.
The checks involve making sure an electrical connection runs throughout the individual DART units, which are then joined up to form longer trains.
However, Iarnrod Eireann confirmed that talks with SIPTU, which represents DART drivers, would take place today and drivers would resume performing the coupler checks.
DART services normally run with a mix of eight, six and four carriage trains.
However, yesterday morning's services were mainly operated by four and two-carriage trains. SIPTU's Paul Cullen said he hoped the discussions would solve the matter and not result in any further disruption.