Translink has a number of contingency measures in place ahead of the wintry weather forecast over the next few days.
Winter eventualities form part of our normal winter planning and this year we made a video showing the efforts our crews go to in order to keep our services operational.
It can be viewed here:
Translink’s Communications Manager Lynda Shannon said: “In addition to our normal winter preparations, we also have contingency measures in place in case of snow, to keep our customers moving across Northern Ireland.
“We have stockpiles of salt to tackle ice and snow on our platforms and bus waiting areas; and we have crews on standby to remove debris from railway lines.
“We also liaise with Transport NI in the event of road closures or diversions”.
Passengers can keep up to date with the latest travel news on the Translink website and app, via Twitter @Translink_NI or through their contact centre at 028 90 66 66 30.
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