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Monday, 15th April 2024

New hourly Enterprise service will stop at Drogheda and Dundalk

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The new hourly Enterprise rail service will be a big boost to commuters and other rail travelllers.

Irish Rail has confirmed to local TD Ged Nash that the Enterprise rail service between Dublin and Belfast which it runs along with Northern Ireland’s Translink, will become an hourly service by the end of this year and will have scheduled stops at Drogheda and Dundalk stations. 

Deputy Nash said: “I’m delighted to confirm that both Drogheda and Dundalk will be scheduled stops on this new hourly commuter service which is set to be a game-changer for those commuting south to Dublin or north to Belfast. 

“Irish Rail assures me that it is working with Translink to deliver the new hourly schedule by the end of the year. The two rail companies aim to enhance the popular Enterprise service with a recent allocation of funding from the Shared Island Fund.” 

The Louth Labour TD said: “The Enterprise service is already a popular one for Drogheda and Dundalk commuters and I’m delighted they will be able to benefit fully from the enhanced service that will be available by the end of the year.” 

Deputy Nash added: “My long campaign to have Drogheda included in the Dublin Commuter Zone finally came to fruition earlier this year and that means that Drogheda commuters should also benefit from lower fares on the new route, when travelling to Dublin.” 


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