Friday February 21, 2020

Rail services recommence after strike but delays expected

Commuters experienced travel chaos this morning as train drivers stopped services for three hours

23rd October, 2015
Rail strike goes ahead after talks collapse

Rail services have recommenced after around 40,000 commuters were disrupted by this morning's train strike.

However, Irish Rail has warned that it may take a number of hours before services get back to normal as some trains are now not in their positions because of the stoppages.

The company also posted on its website that due to technical difficulties the app and journey planner facility is showing incorrect information. They have advised customers to use twitter...

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