This Bank Holiday weekend, continue to follow the government’s travel restrictions – staying within 5km of your home, unless for essential journeys. If you need to take public transport this weekend, remember that it’s running with reduced capacity to allow for social distancing.
Schedules for Irish Rail, Luas, Bus Éireann, Dublin Bus and Go Ahead are all slightly different this weekend, so we’ve laid it out bare for you below! Remember – we’ll be sharing live travel information throughout the weekend at the AA Roadwatch Newsroom.
Travelling On The June Bank Holiday Weekend?
Whether it’s train, tram or bus; remember to check the provider’s website or app for specific times and routes before you travel, and leave plenty of time for your journey.
1. IRISH RAIL (including DART)
On Saturday (30th), there will be revisions to services on the Cork/Cobh/Midleton lines due to engineering works. Otherwise, the current Saturday timetable will operate on all other routes.
The normal Sunday timetable will operate on Sunday (31st).
On Monday (1st) DART & Commuter services will operate to a Sunday schedule with additional early morning services. Heuston Commuter services will be reduced and the Hazelhatch to Grand Canal Dock line will not operate. A revised schedule will be in place for Heuston and Connolly Intercity services as well as Cork Commuter trains.
If you need to check your route for this weekend, full details can be found here.
On Saturday (30th) and Sunday (31st), services will run as normal.
On Bank Holiday Monday (1st), services will operate to a Sunday schedule on both lines.
Full details can be found on the Luas website.
3. BUS ÉIREANN
Services will run to their usual schedule on Saturday (30th), with a Sunday timetable in operation on Sunday (31st) and Monday (1st). Full details are here.
4. DUBLIN BUS
Normal weekend timetables will be in operation on Saturday (30th) and Sunday (31st), with a Sunday schedule in place on Monday (1st). Plan your route here.
5. GO AHEAD
Normal schedules apply on Saturday (30th) and Sunday (31st), while a Sunday timetable will be in place on Monday (1st). Check your route on the website if you must travel.
For more information on the Covid-19 travel restrictions in this phase, see our blog post here. If you must drive, remember that there’s an increase in pedestrians and cyclists out and about these days as people take to the roads for exercise, while also practising social distancing. We’ve written about what drivers should do to protect other road users here.
Enjoy your weekend, and stay safe!