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St Patrick’s Day and Easter Timetables on Translink Services

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Translink is advising passengers that a holiday timetable will operate on some services on St Patrick’s Day, March 17th and on March 25th-April 1st over the Easter break

  • NI Railways will operate a Saturday service on March 17th and Easter Monday and Tuesday, March 28th and 29th
  • Metro services will operate a school holiday timetable on March 17th and a public holiday timetable on March 28th and 29th
  • Some Ulsterbus and Goldline services will operate a holiday timetable on these dates
  • The X2 will operate additional services direct to Dublin airport between March 20th and April 2nd.

Translink are advising passengers to familiarise themselves with these St Patrick’s Day and Easter Travel arrangements.

On Easter Monday, Translink NI Railways will operate a special family train departing Belfast Great Victoria Street at 10.10 and also calling at selected stations.  The service will return from Portrush at 17.05.  Tickets must be purchased in advance from selected stations.

The last direct service from Portrush to Belfast on Easter Monday will depart at 19.05

To ensure that all passengers enjoy a relaxed and comfortable journey experience, Translink NI Railways are reminding passengers that alcohol is not permitted to be carried or consumed on-board any NI Railways service.

Full details of St Patrick’s Day and Easter timetables can be found online or by using the journey planner app.  Passengers can also tweet @Translink_NI or call the contact centre on 02890 666 630.

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