No Dublin Bus services on Thursday as conditions expected to worsen
More disruption in the capital.
There will be no Dublin Bus services running tomorrow, Thursday 1 March, it has been announced.
The National Emergency Coordination Committee has said all buses have been called off in the capital due to the severe weather.
Many services are running in a limited capacity in the city today due to snow and icy conditions on roads.
You can see a full list of cancellations here.
There will be limited DART and Luas services running, reports RTÉ, though it looks likely that services will wind down throughout Thursday.
Irish Rail has said that all services across Ireland will be stopped at 2pm on Thursday.
Bus Éireann, meanwhile, has cancelled all services in Munster and Leinster for Thursday and Friday.
Chair of the committee Seán Hogan told a press conference that more snow than had been expected fell in some areas last night and things are expected to get worse.
He also announced that all colleges and schools in Status Red weather warning areas - Munster and Leinster - will be closed tomorrow.
The committee is advising that anyone in these areas stay indoors and make no journeys unless absolutely necessary while the warning is in place between 4pm on Thursday afternoon and midday on Friday.