A full weekday DART service is to resume on Monday, a week ahead of schedule, Irish Rail has announced.
However, rail services to and from Dublin Connolly Station will be suspended this weekend and next due to engineering works.
The final phase of the €120m City Centre Resignalling Project will take place over the next two weekends and impact rail services until Sunday, November 15.
Commuters in the greater Dublin area will be able to use regular weekday DART services from Monday.
However, a reduced weekday service on the Northern and Maynooth/M3 commuter service will remain in place until November 13.
Meanwhile, rail passengers are advised that DART services will be suspended between Malahide/Howth and Grand Canal Dock for the next two weekends, although they will operate between Grand Canal Dock and Bray/Greystones only, while the Maynooth train will run to and from Docklands.
Bus operators will accept rail fares during the service suspension.
Bus transfers will run between Malahide and Connolly for the Northern Commuter line for the next two weekends.