The snowy and windy weather conditions are still affecting the British Isles with Luas still the worst affected tramway with no services still able to run on the entire network. It has now been confirmed that the shutdown will continue into the morning of Saturday 3rd March although there is a light at the end of the tunnel beyond that.
A decision will be made after 0900 on Saturday 3rd March and Luas are hoping that they will be able resume a service on both the Red and Green lines later on Saturday but a full service will still not be able to operate. On the Green line it is highly unlikely trams will be able to run between Sandyford and Brides Glen and on the Red line there will be no service from Red Cow to Tallaght or Red Cow to Saggart. All of these areas have been badly affected by snow.
Meanwhile trams continue to run on Edinburgh Trams at a reduced frequency whilst the effects of the snow in the Scottish capital are still felt.
The effects of snow has still been felt in Manchester with the Oldham and Rochdale line seeing further delays. At the time of writing trams are only running as far as Shaw & Crompton from the city centre.
The weather has also led to the Seaton Tramway being closed on 3rd and 4th March with the Heaton Park Tramway also confirming they will not run on Sunday 4th March.