Storm Ophelia - Ongoing vigilance needed,

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There are speed restrictions for morning services in place on the Charleville to Tralee/Cork line; Kilkenny to Waterford; and Gorey to Rosslare so expect delays to Intercity services. Drivers should be aware of debris blown out onto the road, and especially cautious of fallen trees and/or electricity wires.

"This includes all Bus Eireann services, the Expressway network, School Transport Scheme, Eurolines and GoBE services".

Services will be withdrawn from 10 am and resume around 7pm, provided it is safe to do so.

Dublin Bus said the decision was made to ensure the safety of their customers and staff.

The statement reads: "There will be no Red or Green Line services on Tuesday morning October 17th 2017". We hope to return services from 19.00 or when we can safely operate our services. Listen to local radio and national media broadcasts for Met √Čireann updates on the current weather situation.

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"Earlier today an incident occurred in the Luas Depot, Red Cow, Clondalkin".

According to NASA "Ophelia is likely to be the most potent storm to reach Ireland since Hurricane Gordon in 2006".

Dublin Bus have now withdrawn all services for the rest of the day.

Check your flight status before heading to the airport.

Now the red level wind warning is extended nationwide.

"We're advising all passengers to contact their airline or check their website before making their way to Dublin Airport".

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