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The Big Lift Means Big Improvements

14 September 2020

Twelve stations will see lift facilities renewed or upgraded in 2020 as part of a €3.3 million investment

At Iarnród Éireann we are investing in our stations with The Big Lift upgrade. Over the next year we’re making some big changes by replacing and upgrading our lifts.

The Big Lift means big improvements for people with mobility issues. There may be some disruptions now, but this work will provide extra reliable station access for everyone in the future.

Twelve stations in Dublin city and county will have their lifts upgraded by the end of this year. But we’re thinking big, with 52 stations across the rail network set for major investment up to 2024.

While we are upgrading, alternative arrangements will be advised for customers of reduced mobility to ensure continued access at stations.

The Big Lift

2020 Big Lift dates, locations and accessibility details for each station are listed below:

Station Work begin Work Finish Accessibility arrangements during works

Malahide

31st August

2nd October

Trains for customers requiring access to be directed to platform 1

Donabate

2nd September

6th October

Ramp access to both platforms

Raheny

7th September

9th October

Ramp access to both platforms

Dun Laoghaire

23rd September

25th November

Access to southbound platform. Northbound – please use Sandycove Station, road transfer to Dun Laoghaire.

Skerries

23rd September

26th November

Trains for customers requiring access to be directed to platform 1

Balbriggan

23rd September

27th November

Access to Northbound platform. Southbound: please board/alight at Skerries. Road transfer will be provided between Skerries and Balbriggan.

Rush and Lusk

28th September

30th October

Ramp access to both platforms

Salthill and Monkstown

30th September

3rd November

Access to Northbound platform. Southbound: please use Dun Laoghaire Station.

Bayside

5th October

6th November

Please use Sutton or Howth Junction. For passengers alighting at Howth Junction, road transfer from Howth Junction to Bayside.

Tara Street

26th October

26th November

Please use Connolly or Pearse Stations

Clontarf Road

28th October

1st December

Passengers to alight at Connolly. Road transfer between Connolly

and Clontarf Road.

Clonsilla

9th November

11th December

Ramp access to both platforms. Assistance available between platforms.

For more information or to find out how to arrange assistance please visit our accessibility information pages.

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