Storm Emma has finally come to an end, and after days without public transport in operation, most services are back up and running.
The Luas, however, will be operating at a slower rate than usual as it gets back on track.
In a Tweet posted this morning, the Luas stated that today's service will be operating at a "reduced frequency during peak times".
Please see https://t.co/GkL4FmFo1J for information on today's service. We are operating at a reduced frequency during peaks times
— Luas (@Luas) March 5, 2018
The Luas website further stated: "Trams will operate at different frequencies this morning. Customers should factor this into their travel plans."
Park and Rides are in operation, however commuters are advised to be aware of a build up of 'slush' in parking bays, which could possibly result in a reduction of bays.
Meanwhile, Irish Rail and Dublin Bus have issued updates on the services that will be running today.
— Dublin Bus (@dublinbusnews) March 5, 2018
Today, Mon 5th March:
All trains are operating on all DART, Commuter & Intercity routes EXCEPT:
Waterford to Limerick Jctn
Limerick via Nenagh to Ballybrophy
Both lines have bus transfers, but we hope to reopen in evening #BeastFromTheEast https://t.co/j2V9nUJMK6
— Iarnród Éireann (@IrishRail) March 5, 2018