Essential rail works to disrupt Limerick train services throughout June

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Iarnród Éireann have urged customers using its services in Limerick this month to be reminded of the works being carried out on the line over the coming weeks. Due to a major resignalling of Limerick’s Colbert Station, bus transfers will be in operation from today, June 4, until June 25.

These transfers will operate throughout works for all services to and from Limerick, and will include the following routes:

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Limerick – Limerick Junction

Limerick – Ennis

Limerick – Birdhill

Additionally, bus transfers will be in operation for all services between Limerick and Limerick Junction, with onward train connections to/from Dublin and Cork

Bus transfers will be operation for all services between Limerick and Ennis with onward train connections to/from Galway

Bus transfers will be operation between Limerick and Birdhill with an onward train connection to/from Ballybrophy.

Timetable revisions are in place, including: bus transfers will depart Limerick 15 minutes earlier than the advertised train departure time

There will be a reduced service level to Sixmilebridge during this time.

Customers requiring assistance should contact Iarnród Éireann at least 24 hours in advance at 1850 366222.

A revised timetable, including bus transfers, will be in operation for the duration of these works. Please see www.irishrail.ie for details.