Hilly Bill Registered User
#976

Working class heroes said:
Well if that what you think would work best I’ll leave it with you.
Typical union “someone else’s fault attitude “ pathetic really.


Are you serious? 😀 😂

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devnull Moderator
#977

No speculation of peoples identities - it's against the charter and those who do not comply will be sanctioned

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monument Moderator
#978

devnull said:
No speculation of peoples identities - it's against the charter and those who do not comply will be sanctioned

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Thread cleaned up -- to add to the above: lads, this thread isn't for one-on-one discussion.

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Jamie2k9 Registered User
#979

Working class heroes said:
That is not my experience.


What would you have to complain for

When it comes to complaint around capacity (or lack of it...) they roll out the same response and while they do monitor it there overall response is insufficient but a lot better than before. From time to time the NTA can and have forced there hand and cost them a small fortune until they were able to produce the correct capacity.

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Working class heroes Registered User
#980

Jamie2k9 said:
What would you have to complain for

When it comes to complaint around capacity (or lack of it...) they roll out the same response and while they do monitor it there overall response is insufficient but a lot better than before. From time to time the NTA can and have forced there hand and cost them a small fortune until they were able to produce the correct capacity.


Sorry I probably wasn’t clear.
I’ve seen complaints been investigated at a district office level and from what I have seen they are competent enough. Most of the complaints they deal with come from customer service although they do get some directly.
If most of the recent complaints are similar then I suppose the answers are going to be similar as well.
Now I’m not saying that all district offices would be that efficient...

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gimli2112 Registered User
#981

Announcement in Pearse @ 16:50 to expect delays due to the severe weather. Severe Weather where, Florida?
There were no delays, I expect they were just covering bases.

Working class heroes Registered User
#982

gimli2112 said:
Announcement in Pearse @ 16:50 to expect delays due to the severe weather. Severe Weather where, Florida?
There were no delays, I expect they were just covering bases.


You might be on to something there....

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Jamie2k9 Registered User
#983

Its been played every 15-20m all day.

Second evening of DART cancellations due to “operational reasons” as well.

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Hilly Bill Registered User
#984

Jamie2k9 said:
Its been played every 15-20m all day.

Second evening of DART cancellations due to “operational reasons” as well.

The lads over the dart haven't a clue to be honest and are making a mockery of the company. I've just seen one dart going north with bray as its destination and on the other platform a dart going south with Howth as its destination.

Working class heroes Registered User
#985

Hilly Bill said:
The lads over the dart haven't a clue to be honest and are making a mockery of the company. I've just seen one dart going north with bray as its destination and on the other platform a dart going south with Howth as its destination.


Would that not be up to the driver to adjust the displays?. Genuine question.

Working class heroes Registered User
#986

Jamie2k9 said:
Its been played every 15-20m all day.

Second evening of DART cancellations due to “operational reasons” as well.


Yep, seems to be turning into th norm now.

BlondeBomb Registered User
#987

thomasj said:
Irish rail said on twitter this morning that they are trialling having the 06.20 Maynooth pearse terminate in Connolly for a week .

Not going down too well so far with the response


Seems to be a permanent change now. Train will now terminate at Connolly.

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naughtb4 Registered User
#988

BlondeBomb said:
Seems to be a permanent change now. Train will now terminate at Connolly.


"Due to operational issues and unrealistic timetable, we will now be further inconveniencing passengers and paying customers"

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Hilly Bill Registered User
#989

Working class heroes said:
Would that not be up to the driver to adjust the displays?. Genuine question.


Of course.

Hilly Bill Registered User
#990

Working class heroes said:
Yep, seems to be turning into th norm now.


Lack of Dart drivers.

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