No Dublin Bus services will be running on Thursday.The company said that, due to the latest forecast, it "will not be in a position to operate any services tomorrow, Thursday 29 February."
The last services will depart at 7pm Wednesday evening.
Dublin Bus has apologised "for the inconvenience caused", but explained that the decision "has been made in the interest of the safety of customers and our employees."
For the rest of Wednesday, Dublin Bus customers should be aware that services may also experience delays.
The company says it is monitoring weather and road conditions closely and will keep customers updated.
— Dublin Bus (@dublinbusnews) February 28, 2018
Irish Rail says all services will "wind down" from 12pm tomorrow, before completely stopping by 2pm.
The company says it will update passengers after 12pm Friday as soon as possible.
Our full service information for the coming days is available at our website and we will have continuing updates here https://t.co/j2V9nUJMK6
— Iarnród Éireann (@IrishRail) February 28, 2018
There will be no LUAS services from 2pm on Thursday. Trams will run a very limited service in the morning, before beginning to wind down from midday.
#Luas plan to operate trams from 5:30am with a 30min frequency tomorrow until noon. Trams will be withdrawn from 12noon onwards. This will result in a very much reduced service from this time. Service will be suspended across the Red and Green Lines from 2pm
— Luas (@Luas) February 28, 2018
Bus Eireann says there will be no services in Leinster or Munster tomorrow.
'The Beast from the East' has caused chaos at airports, on roads and to other transport services.
As well as stocking up on essentials, we're also being reminded to check in on the elderly, and take pets in from the cold.
An Post is suspending all Letter and Parcel services within the Red Alert Zone until further notice.