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New Irish Rail station for west Dublin
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17 Sep 2021 / ireland Print

New Irish Rail station for west Dublin

A new Irish Rail station is to open at Pelletstown in Dublin on Sunday, 26 September.

The station, which has been funded by the National Transport Authority, is situated between Ashtown and Broombridge stations on the Dublin-Maynooth-M3 Parkway line.

The station will comprise two platforms, a footbridge, and accessible ramp access between platforms and to the railway, as well as a second footbridge and accessible ramp over the canal.

More options

Irish Rail says that it will give residents of the area greater public-transport options.

The Pelletstown footbridges provide a new pedestrian and cycle access to the Canal Greenway.

Irish Rail has urged users of intercity services operating between Dublin and Sligo – as well as those using commuter services on the line – to check their departure times, as the new station will lead to some timetable amendments.

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