Significant delays on Dart due to rushhour points problems

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first_imgDELAYS ARE EXPECTED for passengers taking the Dart during rush hour today after a a major points failure at Connolly station.According to Iarnród Éireann, the problem is solved now, but a backlog is causing a 40-minute delay on “all services through Connolly”. Source: Twitter/Garrett WalshPassengers on board Darts this morning were annoyed – with a lot of users saying that delays on Dart services were too regular.Others were annoyed about the lack of information given to passengers about the delays. Source: Iarnród Éireann/Twitter By Gráinne Ní Aodha Mar 9th 2017, 8:39 AM 40 mins waiting on DART outside Connolly would have been less frustrating by knowing why 3 diesels passed us. INFORMATION @irishrail is key— Noelle Ameijenda (@NellJenda) March 9, 2017 21 Comments Read: Not bad for March: Sunny spells and temperatures in the mid-teens Share6 Tweet Email No notice or announcement at Hazelhatch or on trainI could have taken Hueston train instead without issuePoor communication— Mark Bohan (@BohanMark) March 9, 2017 I have, I’m thinking of treating myself to a scone, can’t face the porridge after this!!— Iarnród Éireann (@IrishRail) March 9, 2017 Source: Iarnród Éireann/Twitter http://jrnl.ie/3278324 Thursday 9 Mar 2017, 8:39 AM at least sort out your communications it’s insanely bad.— Ken Byrne (@thearthritictri) March 9, 2017 Source: Ken Byrne/Twitter Short URL Source: Noelle Ameijenda/Twitter Source: Mark Bohan/Twitter The person manning Iarnród Éireann’s twitter account said they would be passing the complaints on for investigation.Others felt sorry for the person in charge of the Iarnród Éireann twitter account, saying they should treat themselves this morning. Residual delays of up to 40mins remain to services through Connolly due to earlier points problem— Iarnród Éireann (@IrishRail) March 9, 2017 11,964 Views Significant delays on Dart due to rush-hour points problems Passengers on board Darts are complaining about a lack of communication from Iarnród Éireann’s drivers. Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img

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