Rail commuter feedback sought on service changes

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first_imgPrint Previous articleGlam up this party season at Born ClothingNext articleMunster announce partnership with Life Style Sports admin NewsLocal NewsRail commuter feedback sought on service changesBy admin – December 17, 2012 570 Facebook WhatsApp Advertisementcenter_img @IrishRail – IARNROD Eireann is inviting its customers to provide feedback on proposed changes to its inter-city and regional services following the publication of a draft timetable for 2013.The proposed changes to the rail timetable will see faster journey times on inter-city routes and improved connections on regional routes, but several routes are set to be scrapped because of low demand. The Dublin-Limerick route is expected to improve by up to 17 minutes, although the 13:40 train from Heuston Station will no longer operate.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up There will be a reduction in the Limerick-Galway route of one service in each direction while passengers coming to and from Nenagh are also set to be affected, with the 05:05 train to Dublin via Nenagh due to be discontinued, as well as evening trains to and from Ballybrophy via Nenagh.The Limerick Junction-Waterford route will be reduced by one service in either direction.Commuters can provide feedback on the proposed timetable changes through the Iarnrod Eireann website. Linkedin Email Twitterlast_img read more