Bus transfers in operation between Limerick and Ennis due to flooding

Iarnród Éireann advises customers that the line between Limerick and Ennis is expected to reopen

Iarnród Éireann have announced that bus transfers are in operation between Limerick and Ennis until further notice.

This is due to flooding at Ballycar, an area which has seen a number of significant flood events in recent years, and the bus transfers are expected to continue for a number of weeks.

Customers should note all services between Limerick and Ennis will be substituted by bus, except: Sunday 06.50 Limerick to Ennis and 21.40 Ennis to Limerick cancelled. All services between Limerick and Galway will be substituted by bus between Limerick and Ennis, with train between Ennis and Galway. Sixmilebridge Station will have bus transfers to/from Limerick and Ennis, but to a reduced frequency

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Full service details can be found on the Irish Rail website – Iarnród Éireann will monitor flood levels which are continuing to rise, and advise customers on likely service restoration dates when flood levels begin to recede. Iarnród Éireann apologised for the inconvenience caused.

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