Iarnrod Eireann has published a practical guide on what passengers can expect when traveling by train with 100% public transport capacity.
Iarnrod Eireann has made changes to the way they operate and asked passengers to act in accordance with current government guidelines Covid.
All services are now operating at 100% capacity in line with the government’s plan to live with Covid with a lackluster schedule also in operation.
Customers should try to avoid peak travel times, unless the trip is for essential work, education, care, or medical purposes.
Trains are cleaned thoroughly and regularly, as are customer contact points on trains and at stations.
Staff will wear masks and PPE as well as hand sanitizer for their roles.
The 144 stations of the Iarnrod Eireann network have been equipped with hand disinfection units and up to 50 stations are equipped with automatic dispensers for masks, hand sanitizer and gloves.
In the trainstation
Masks must be worn in the resort at all times, unless exempted under government regulations.
If you buy a ticket at the station, avoid paying cash as much as possible and try using ATMs, jump cards, or contactless payments.
Observe hand hygiene and use one of the hand sanitizer units provided.
Long distance and corporate services must be booked in advance before traveling.
On the train
Masks must be worn on the train at all times, unless there is proof of medical exemption.
Try to avoid traveling on the train as much as possible and respect the personal space of others.
No alcohol is served on the services.
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