Commuter chaos continues this morning as transport companies work to repair the damages caused by ex-Hurricane Ophelia.
With Luas services down and lengthy rail delays expected, those travelling for work this morning have been advised to check social media updates before heading off on their journey.
This morning's public transport updates at a glance:
All services return to normal on Tuesday morning with the exception of:
Limerick to Balybrophy via Nenagh services cancelled (bus substitution in place).
09:45 Westport to Dublin Heuston cancelled.
Delays of 10-15 minutes on a number of Intercity routes including Kerry, Cork, Waterford and Rosslare expected due to clearing remaining debris off line.
— Iarnród Éireann (@IrishRail) October 17, 2017
All services operating as normal with the exception of some minor diversions.
Routes 7d, 59 and 111 are unable to serve Ulverton Road and are using Hyde Road and Castle Park Road.
Route 66 toward Maynooth unable to serve Collinstown.
Luas tickets can be used on Dublin Bus while the Red and Green lines are down.
— Dublin Bus (@dublinbusnews) October 17, 2017
All services to return to normal, though updates are expected throughout the morning.
Some delays and cancellations are to be expected due to fallen trees.
You can keep up to date with all the latest information here.
No services until further notice.
The situation is to be reviewed at lunchtime today.
No #Luas services 17th October, to be reviewed at meeting scheduled for noon.
— Luas (@Luas) October 17, 2017