The latest transport updates as the entire country braces for Storm Emma
Storm Emma is expected to make landfall around mid-afternoon.
Met Éireann upgraded their weather warning to a Status Red for the entire country last night, and it will remain until 3pm tomorrow, Friday.
It comes as Taoiseach Leo Varadkar urged people to follow the safety warnings about the expected blizzard conditions, urging people to stay indoors after 4pm on Thursday.
However, transport links have yet to completely shut down.
Here are the latest transport updates for those relying on it today.
Bus Éireann has cancelled all services in light of the updated red weather warning across the country.
That includes their Expressway services. You can follow the latest updates here.
— Bus Eireann (@Buseireann) March 1, 2018
Irish Rail will be operating until lunchtime today, however, many services have already been cancelled.
- M3 Parkway to Clonsilla/Docklands all trains cancelled
- No Newbridge/Hazelhatch to Grand Canal Dock services
- 06.30 Carlow to Dublin Heuston cancelled
- Cobh/Midleton: Hourly service operating
- Limerick to Ballybrophy via Nenagh: all trains cancelled
- Waterford to Limerick Junction: all trains cancelled
- 11.20 Dublin Heuston to Portlaoise and 11.25 Portlaoise to Dublin Heuston cancelled
- Bus transfers between Limerick and Ennis due to a separate local flooding issue.
DART services are running this morning but there are some delays.
A list of final services is available here.
Update: Service information for Thurs 1st March - please check for service alterations and final trains on all routes ahead of lunchtime suspension of train services #BeastFromTheEast #sneachta https://t.co/j2V9nUJMK6
— Iarnród Éireann (@IrishRail) February 28, 2018
Dublin Bus has cancelled all services today and will review the situation for tomorrow. You can see any updates with regards to resumed service here.
#DBSvcUpdate There will be no services today Thursday 1 March. We will monitor weather and road conditions throughout the day and update customers here and on https://t.co/D8T63lnFHF #BeastFromTheEast #StormEmma pic.twitter.com/q1Ew5JO13r
— Dublin Bus (@dublinbusnews) March 1, 2018
There will be a limited service running until 12pm today, with services currently running every 30 minutes on both lines. Luas has told passengers to monitor their website for further updates.
— Luas (@Luas) March 1, 2018
More delays, cancellations and disruption is expected in Cork and Dublin airports today. Ryanair and Aer Lingus have cancelled many flights out of the airports.
Cork Airport was closed this morning due to the heavy snowfall overnight. They are expected to reopen at 10am.
We've had a number of aircraft landing & departing this morning. Our snow teams continue to assess airfield conditions. There are are number of cancellations. Passengers advised to check latest flight info with their airline before coming to @DublinAirport pic.twitter.com/1gmlO62Y56
— Dublin Airport (@DublinAirport) March 1, 2018
News: @CorkAirport will remain closed until 10.00
Passengers are advised to contact their airline for the latest flight information.
Multiple flights are cancelled to & from Cork today. pic.twitter.com/4xKC6DmqsU
— Cork Airport (@CorkAirport) March 1, 2018