Need to get to work? Here's what happening with transport tomorrow
For many commuters, it's not good news.
As Hurricane Ophelia rages on in Ireland, it seems like there may be another day of disruption tomorrow.
Luas has announced that both the Red and Green Line will not be running tomorrow morning due to damage caused by the storm.
#Luas services will not be running tomorrow morning on either the Red or Green Line. Please see luas.ie for updates
— Luas (@Luas) October 16, 2017
There will be no Red or Green Luas service running tomorrow morning (Tues 17th) due to damage caused by Hurricane #Ophelia. Those travelling to the hospital are asked to take alternative modes of transport. How to get here; https://t.co/iZftzqQWDh https://t.co/I4PDJu3yId
— St. James's Hospital (@stjamesdublin) October 16, 2017
So, if you travel by Luas to work, we'd recommend finding an alternative mode of transport.
Meanwhile, Dublin Bus tweeted that it expects services to resume as normal tomorrow morning.
— Dublin Bus (@dublinbusnews) October 16, 2017
Bus Eireann has announced that it expects full service to resume tomorrow too, with the first one taking off at 5.00am.
We plan to operate a full schedule of services tomorrow from 0500 with the exception of services provided under the School Transport Scheme.
— Bus Eireann (@Buseireann) October 16, 2017
Irish Rail also made a statement this evening, saying that some trains have already been cancelled tomorrow due to damage, but they hope to go back to normal throughout the day.
— Iarnród Éireann (@IrishRail) October 16, 2017
Make sure you have alternative options for getting to work or college tomorrow, and most importantly, stay safe.