Translink suspends ticket sales to Helens Bay and warns of delays
As the good weather continues, Translink has suspended it’s service to Helen’s Bay today and has announced rail services across the network are subject to speed restrictions and subsequent delays due to the high track temperatures.
A spokesperson for Translink said:
“With the high demand for services on the Bangor line, Translink has taken the decision to suspend ticket sales to Helens Bay to help manage capacity for the return journey this evening.
“Where possible passengers should consider if their journey is completely necessary and if travelling allow extra time for their journey.
“We would also remind passengers that carrying or consuming alcohol on board our services is not permitted and we are working closely with the PSNI to deter any anti-social behaviour issues.
“All passengers must wear a face covering in respect of others unless exempt themselves. Also, to regularly use the hand sanitisers at stations and use cashless payments over the coming days.
“Passengers should check the website, use the journey planner or follow us on social media for the latest travel updates.
“We would like to thank all our passengers for their patience and understanding at this time.”