Upcoming Line Improvement Works - January and February
14 January 2020
Here you will find a complete list of planned engineering works and changes to Iarnród Éireann rail services.
Engineering Works Alternative PDF Timetable
Next major Engineering Works Date - To be confirmed
Please check our Journey Planner for the full list of changes that are taking place on the routes if applicable.
Upcoming Line Improvements
Iarnród Éireann is continuing its programme of line improvement works on selected Saturdays, focusing this year on the section between Newbridge and Ballybrophy.
The annual investment of €10 million in line improvements will lead to higher reliability, smoother running of trains and with other works deliver consistent 160kph speeds (100 mph). This will deliver journey time improvements for customers.
We advise customers to check their journey details prior to travelling. For a full list of available services on your day of travel, please check our Journey Planner for all timetable query or click on your route below for a summary service arrangements.
We are better able to assist you if you contact us as far in advance as possible, but try to give at least 24-hours' notice of your journey. You can contact us by emailing email@example.com or call (01) 836 6222 (Monday to Friday 07:00hrs - 19:00hrs and 08:00hrs - 18:00hrs Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays).
For DART Accessibility information, please see our new DART Accessibility section.
On affected services, a trolley service will be provided on all InterCity services. Dining car and restaurant car facilities will not be available.
When you purchase an Adult, Child or Student ticket on this website or through our call centre (01-8366222) you are given an assigned seat as part of the price
Customers who are already in possession of or purchasing on the day of travel a valid standard class ticket(s) such as Family Tickets, Day Return, Open Return, Weekly, Monthly, Annual, InterRail and Free Travel pass holders can reserve a seat on a service for a small fee per person each way
Iarnród Éireann Irish Rail apologise for any inconvenience caused.