Major disruption to bus services in South West

Due to adverse road and weather conditions, Bus Éireann is continuing to experience disruption and delays to some services operating in the south west of the country.

All services between Tralee and Cork will continue to operate via Ballyvourney for the remainder of the day.

The 6pm Tralee – Listowel - Abbeyfeale – Limerick service has been cancelled. There will be a 7pm service from Tralee to Limerick.

The following services have also been cancelled:

5.15pm Killorglin to Tralee

6.00pm Tralee to Killorglin

6.40pm Killorglin to Tralee

6.45pm Killarney to Killorglin

7.15pm Killorglin to Tralee

9.35pm Limerick –Tralee

For the 1.30pm service from Doolin to Galway, departure from Cliffs of Moher, Doolin and Lisdoonvarna are cancelled. A service will operate from Ballyvaughan to Galway departing at 2.25pm.

The 5pm Dublin to West Clare service will terminate at Ennis today.

"Bus Éireann will continue to monitor this situation closely and we would advise customers travelling in the south west to contact their local travel office for information on individual services," said a statement.

"Bus Éireann would like to apologise to customers for any inconvenience caused."

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