Storm Debi: Disruption to Galway bus services

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A number of train and bus services in Galway are being impacted by damage following Storm Debi overnight.

Bus Éireann services in Galway city have started operating with full service expected to resume at 9am.

401 services are being diverted with Spanish Arch, Fr Griffin Rd and Salthill not being served until further notice.

Cancelled services this morning include the 9am bus from Cliden to Oughterard. The 6am Galway to Sligo bus and 6.30am Lettermullen to Galway were both cancelled.

The 6.40am Mountbellew to Galway and 7.05am Galway to Cork services were also cancelled and the 7.45am Oughterard to Galway bus was expected to be 45 mins behind schedule.

The 05:25 Galway to Heuston train stopped near Oranmore due to a damaged level crossing and was delayed by an hour as a result.

A speed restriction of 80km/h is in place across the entire network this morning due to weather alerts.

Almost all train services are currently operating but delays are expected.