Iarnród Éireann has advised customers that bus transfers will be in operation on the Limerick to Galway service for the coming weeks.
The bus transfers will be in place between Limerick and Ennis from tomorrow, Saturday 27th, until further notice, with the train service continuing from Ennis to Galway.
The change to the schedule is due to flooding at Ballycar, an area which has seen a number of significant flood events in recent years.
The bus transfers are expected to continue for a number of weeks.
Sixmilebridge Station will have bus transfers to/from Limerick and Ennis, but at a reduced frequency.
Hi, all services from Saturday 27th will be affected until further notice.
— Iarnród Éireann (@IrishRail) January 26, 2018
Iarnród Éireann said it will monitor flood levels which are continuing to rise, and advise customers on likely service restoration dates when flood levels begin to recede.
They apologised for the inconvenience caused.