IrelandDublin set to get first 24-hour bus service

17:10  26 may  2019
17:10  26 may  2019 Source:   dublinlive.ie

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The 41 route should be running round the clock by the end of the year, the NTA has said.

Dublin Bus is set to launch its first 24 - hour bus service later in the year, the National Transport Agency has confirmed. NTA CEO Anne Graham confirmed to the Sunday Independent that the 41 will be the first service to run for 24 hours , with Dublin Airport workers in need of late night transport.

Dublin set to get first 24-hour bus service © Getty Dublin buses

Dublin is set to see the first 24-hour bus service rolled out through the city later this year.

The 41 route from Swords is expected to be Dublin's first route to introduce the 24-hour service, with more extended across the city in time.

Ann Graham, CEO of the National Transport Authority, told the Sunday Independent: "We know there is a demand for 24-hour services in Dublin City, so we're hoping to commence at least one service this year in Dublin Bus."

Dublin set to get first 24-hour bus service © Moovit The 41 route

"We haven't got the routes worked out yet but you know we are planning that we would extend these around the key city routes."

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DUBLIN BUS PLANS to roll out a 24 - hour service for three main routes in the greater Dublin area this year. The three pilot routes include bus services It’s envisaged the three services will be operational by next year. Chief Executive of Dublin Bus Ray Coyne confirmed to a recent Oireachtas Transport

TWO DUBLIN BUS routes are set to run 24 - hour services from Sunday 1 December, the National Transport Authority (NTA) has said. The 41 and 15 buses will run every 30 minutes between midnight and 5am, with more frequent services during the day. The 41 runs from Lower Abbey Street, through

In Cork, the buses run every hour after midnight and have proved to be a success, as so far there's been no reports of anti-social behaviour.


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