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Ireland Dublin Bus No. 27 route forced to suspend service AGAIN due to anti-social behaviour

07:40  15 february  2020
07:40  15 february  2020 Source:   dublinlive.ie

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Dublin Bus was forced to divert a busy northside route on Sunday afternoon owing to anti - social behaviour . The transport company had to make changes to their route 40 for one hour with normal services resuming by The route did not serve St Helena’s Road and Cardiffsbridge Road in Finglas.

Dublin Bus was forced to cancel two routes this evening due to ' anti - social behaviour '. Route 27 and 40 were both halted at around 7pm this evening, the company announced on social media. Route 40 stopped serving the Fonthill Road from 7pm to last bus , while Route 47 terminated at Molly

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Dublin Bus has been forced to suspend service once again on part of a route that has been plagued by anti-social behaviour.

The No. 27, which runs from Clare Hall to Jobstown, will not serve the Brookfield and Jobstown areas for the rest of the night.

Drivers had threatened to withdraw service on the day of the General Election to highlight issues of persistent bad behaviour along the route.

That action was averted at the last minute after drivers were assured an inspector would be dedicated to the area and there would be extra gardai on patrol.

But bus officials confirmed that more anti-social behaviour had forced their action tonight.

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Dublin Bus announced a route diversion this evening following ' antisocial behaviour '. The service took to Facebook to announce the curtailment, which affected Route 27 for more than an hour. They wrote on their website: We wish to advise customers that due to anti social behaviour Route 27 will

A statement on the company's website reads: "We wish to advise customers that due to anti-social behavior buses will not serve Brookfield/Jobstown from 2200hrs to last bus Feb. 14th.

"Buses will terminate at Killinarden. We would like to apologise for any inconvenience caused."

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