Iarnród Éireann is re-introducing a "quiet carriage" option for passengers on the Dublin-Cork rail service.
It was first introduced several years ago, but phased out in 2018.
Irish Rail says the option will help those with sensory issues, people who need to work while commuting, or want to enjoy their journey without excessive use of mobile devices.
A spokesperson said: “We are delighted to bring back the option of a quieter carriage on our Heuston to Cork services. This quieter carriage will not only be popular with those who have sensory challenges, but also for those who wish to relax and enjoy their journey without excessive use of mobile phones or other devices, or who may have some work to do, which requires quietness.
Carriage G - the quieter carriage- will be marked with purple branding, and won't cost any extra to book.
If you want to choose a quieter environment when travelling on Heuston to Cork services, our new quieter coach is now available to book: coach G on applicable services.
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