Green Bus and most trains back up and running with limited services on Bus Eireann

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Green Bus and most trains back up and running with limited services on Bus Eireann

Public transport services

Public transport serving Kildare has swung back into action today with some disruptions on services.

On its website, Dublin Coach expects services to resume as normal today.

Bus Eireann, which runs more regional bus routes, has been affected.

Here are the Kildare services, and their status:

Route 115A Dublin – Kilcock – Enfield: Services Operating
Route 120, Dublin - Clane - Prosperous - Edenderry - Tullamore and return: Services currently not operating and the route is being assessed.
Route 123, Dublin - Clane - Prosperous - Robertstown/Newbridge and return: Does not operate on Sunday
Route 124, Dublin - Portlaoise: Services currently not operating/Route being assessed
Route 126, Dublin - Kill - Naas - Newbridge - Kildare and return: Services currently not operating/Route being assessed
Route 126N, Dublin - Naas - Newbridge - Clane: Nightrider: Does not operate on Sunday
Route 130, Dublin - Kilcullen - Athy: Does not operate on Sunday.

Iarnrod Eireann trains are running as normal apart from the services below:

Connolly to Rosslare Europort: services will remain cancelled, and will resume on Monday
M3 Parkway to Clonsilla remains suspended, and will resume on Monday
Limerick to Ballybrophy via Nenagh remains suspended, and will resume on Tuesday
Waterford to Limerick Jct. remains suspended, and will resume on Tuesday
08.30hrs Heuston to Tralee (and connecting Mallow to Cork service) is cancelled: customers should travel on 10:00hrs Heuston to Cork connecting at Mallow to Tralee 
Please note that some Intercity services will operate with speed restrictions when resumed, including Dublin to Sligo, Westport, Galway, Limerick, Kerry and Waterford.