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28th Feb 2018

Cancelled Flights, Colleges Closed And Dublin In Disruption: What You Need To Know


The Beast from the East has hit overnight with a Status Red weather warning issued for Dublin, Kildare, Louth, Wicklow and Meath after 5-10cm of snow appeared over night. 

While the majority of public transport routes had advised yesterday that they would be operating a full service, this morning’s update sees limited transport options and delays across the city. 

Have to leave the house today? Here’s what you need to know…

Snow has been cleared in Dublin Airport however many flights have been cancelled or delayed…

Dublin Airport advises: “There are a number of flight cancellations, delays and diversions to the flight schedule. Passengers are advised to check latest flight information with their airline before coming to the airport today.”

Dublin college students have an official snow day with DCU and UCD officially closed. 

Trinity College Dublin have yet to make a statement on whether they will cancel facilities for the day or not and Maynooth University has told students it is closed and is “likely” to remain closed tomorrow and Friday.

Dublin bus and Luas are running with limited services and delays are expected. 

You can check Dublin Bus routes here. Luas Red and Green lines are “very limited” and the website is currently down due to the amount of traffic experienced on it.

You can check Luas updates on their Twitter.

Irish Rail routes are operating as normal with some delays and diversions in place. 

Traffic delays are underway on the M50 and M1 and drivers have been urged to take care.

Pedestrian paths in Dublin are being cleared by local business and fire stations