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Translink has announced that a full schedule will be restored on the Belfast to Dublin Enterprise service from Tuesday, 4 May, offering customers more choice of travel times and helping to facilitate social distancing on board.

There will now be eight services in each direction Monday to Saturday, with the reinstatement of the 6.50am and 8.05pm from Belfast and the 7.35am and 8.50pm from Dublin. The normal Sunday timetable of five trains in each direction remains in place.

The route will be served by a combination of Enterprise and non-Enterprise trains. There is no catering on board until further notice, due to Covid-19 restrictions.

Translink have a range of measures in place to enable customers to travel safely together. Face coverings are mandatory on public transport services in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. Rigorous deep cleaning regimes are applied to trains and mobile cleaning teams are working throughout the day to keep multi-touch points clean. Users will still need to practice the wider safety and travel advice including good hand hygiene, using contactless payments, travelling off peak and observing social distance.

Full details of their Covid-19 safety measures are available here COVID19UPDATE

Translink advise passengers to check full timetables on their website WWW.TRANSLINK.CO.UK

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