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Translink to reduce cross-border train services in response to latest Covid-19 restrictions


Translink has announced cross border timetable changes to be implemented fromMonday 18th January on the Belfast – Dublin route, in response to the latest Covid-19 restrictions.


The following services will be suspended until further notice:

Monday to Saturday 06.45hrs and 20.05hrs from Belfast to Dublin Connolly - and 07.35hrs and 20.50hrs from Dublin Connolly to Belfast Lanyon Place.


This reduced frequency is in line with the latest lockdown restrictions and the requirements for essential travel only. Cross border rail services will also be operated by non-Enterprise trains.


Full details of the new timetables are available on Translink’s website and journey planner www.translink.co.uk Passengers are also advised to buy their tickets in advance through the website.


Translink would remind those making essential journeys to wear a face covering, practice good hand hygiene, socially distance and use contactless payments to minimise interaction, so together, we can keep everyone safe and limit the spread of the virus.


“We continue to use enhanced cleaning regimes using the latest cleaning technology and long-lasting anti-viral disinfectant that kills viruses and bacteria on contact providing ongoing protection and means our fleet and facilities are cleaner than ever.


“We would encourage our customers to familiarise themselves with any changes to their specific services in case they need to adapt their travel plans.”


Translink’s website and journey planner contains the latest timetable updates www.translink.co.uk or call the contact centre on 02890 666630.

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