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Unread 17-10-2007, 09:47   #1
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Default [27/28/29-10-2007] Lansdowne Road redevelopment: DART closures part 2

Just saw this on the Irish Rail Website. Is this the last time that part of the DART/Gorey/Rosslare line will have to close to facilitate the stadium works? and whats left to be done with Pearse?

http://www.irishrail.ie/news_centre/...ew&news_id=265

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DART, Commuter, Rosslare services - October Holiday weekend - Lansdowne Road Stadium development by Corporate Communications


Iarnród Éireann has advised customers of service arrangements on DART, Commuter and Rosslare-Dublin services, to facilitate works required by the Lansdowne Road Stadium redevelopment.

To proceed with the demolition of the West Stand, services will be affected on October Holiday weekend – October 27th, 28th, 29th 2007

OCTOBER WEEKEND SERVICE ARRANGEMENTS

DART: During the October weekend, DART services will be suspended between Connolly and Sydney Parade Stations.

DART services will operate between:

Howth/Malahide – Connolly

Sydney Parade – Bray/Greystones

Specific timetable information is available from your local station.

A shuttle bus service will operate between Connolly and Booterstown Stations for customers making cross-city journeys, or travelling from southside stations to the city centre.

Commuter: A full Northern and Maynooth line Commuter service will operate to/from Connolly Station.

Rosslare/Gorey-Dublin: During these weekends, Rosslare-Dublin and Gorey/Arklow-Dublin services will operate with bus transfers between Greystones and Dublin.

Iarnród Éireann apologises for the inconvenience and disruption caused by the Lansdowne Road Stadium development.

Iarnród Éireann will also avail of the opportunity these works present to undertake station improvement works at Pearse Station, to prevent unnecessary disruption in the future.
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This will be when a large enclosure is built over the line.
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