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Leaves on the line' are blamed for tardy train times

Only 80 per cent of InterCity trains were on time last month

8th December, 2013
Irish Rail has cut back on InterCity and Dart carriages on off-peak services in a bid to save €3.2 million a year Picture: Photocall

One in five trains travelling between the country's two biggest cities ran more than 10 minutes late last month.

The latest train performance and track record statistics from Irish Rail show that, in November, InterCity services between Dublin and Cork departed or arrived on time in only 80 per cent of journeys. But delay is assessed as more than 10 minutes against scheduled journey times.

Almost three in ten Dart and commuter trains in Dublin and Wicklow were...

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