Public transport has resumed across the city today with delays and limited services. People are urged to check ahead.
The Luas Green Line is not in operation today or tonight. The Green Line will not be open for service at 7am tomorrow but service will start later in the morning. An exact time is TBC.
The Red Line is operating today from The Point to Red Cow. It's not operating from Red Cow to Tallaght, Red Cow to Saggart. The last trams tonight are 00:30 from Red Cow – 00:30 from The Point.
The Luas Red Line will start service tomorrow Sunday at 7am and will operate Red Cow – The Point. There will be no service from Red Cow to Tallaght, Red Cow to Saggart. The frequency of trams will be 20 minutes.
Luas says maintenance teams are working extremely hard to clear the snow on the tracks and platforms.There is still up to 5ft of snow on the Green Line at Stops south of St Stephen’s Green, ( Sandyford, Brides Glen direction )
Dublin Bus are operating services on core routes until the last bus tonight at half past eleven
The company though says the routes have reduced frequencies, diversions and curtailments.
Those core services will continue tomorrow morning.
— Dublin Bus (@dublinbusnews) March 3, 2018
Train services are now operating between Dublin-Heuston and Cork, Limerick and Galway.
Dublin Connolly is also back this evening, as Irish Rail continues to make progress with line clearance across the country.
Northern commuter services have resumed and the Enterprise is back.
However there's still disruption on the Heuston/Kildare line and there are a number of other delays and cancellations.
Bus Eireann is resuming some routes across the county today. Services in eastern parts are scheduled to depart from early this afternoon. Here is the timetable, which is subject to change depending on road conditions.
Flight operations have resumed at Dublin Airport. However, some airlines have cancelled flights and there may be delays to others.
Passengers are advised to check their airline's website throughout the day before coming to the airport.
.@DublinAirport is open & operational. Flight operations will resume today. Some airlines have cancelled services and there may be delays to others. Please check with your airline for latest flight information before coming to the airport. #Beastfromtheeast #Stormemma #snow pic.twitter.com/d8RjV01z5t
— Dublin Airport (@DublinAirport) March 3, 2018
Met Eireann has issued a Status Orange snow-ice warning for Leinster, Munster, Cavan and Monaghan until midday tomorrow. Read the latest forecast here.