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Irish Rail And Dublin Bus Services Disrupted Due To Anti-Social Behaviour

By Kiara Keane

June 10, 2019 at 10:41am

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There’s been even more public transport chaos with a number of Dublin Bus and Irish Rail services being disrupted since last night.

Dublin Bus and Irish Rail were both having issues with anti-social behaviour, bringing some of their services to a standstill.

This morning Irish Rail was forced to terminate the 6.35am commuter service from Heuston to Newbridge when it arrived at Hazelhatch, blaming “passenger trouble”.

While they didn’t specify what had happened, they tweeted that “The Gardaí had to be called due to anti social behaviour”.

Meanwhile, the number 40 and 76 buses also had their routes altered last night and were not serving Neilstown or the Ballyfermot Road due to anti-social behaviour.

Yesterday a group of young people were reportedly seen shattering the window of a number 40 bus as it was driving along, getting glass all over a mother and her baby.

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