Tag Archives: DART

Dart drivers fear for lives as ‘bandits’ attack trains (RTÉ)

Conor Cavanagh writes:

“Photo taken at Seapoint Dart station this morning by Aisling Douris.”


This morning.

Colm writes:

Glorious sunrise in the Paris or Venice of the North-east Kildare/South Meath region – (Kilcock).

Lords of Strut write:

This week we had a cheeky little party on the Dart train in Dublin… early morning commuters got a free party they weren’t expecting!

Previously: Lords of Strut on Broadsheet

Glass Dublin writes:

Hey Irish Rail “Do you want your receipt?” option or old school bin close by would avoid this mess at every DART station


In fairness.


Hugh writes:

I got on the [south-bound Dart] train at Lansdowne Road this morning and found a purse on the seat with some money in it. Shouted out at the platform before we left the station but no one was there. Have left a message at Irish Rail but they didn’t exactly seem mega efficient so thought I’d put it out here.



From top: Newbridge train station; the Short Hop Zone

When is a commuter town not a commuter town?

When the Dart says so.

Patricia Callinan writes:

The Labour Party in Kildare is running a petition seeking fair train fares for Newbridge commuters.

It currently costs €3.56 to travel from Heuston to Sallins.

It costs almost 4 times more (€15.05) to go the final 7 minutes to Newbridge – a very expensive 7 minutes of travel.

The reason: Newbridge is not in the official ‘Short Hop Zone’ (the Dublin area rail network) despite clearly being a commuter town in the Dublin area


Sign petition here

Pic: Leinster Leader/ Irish Rail