1. Bus Éireann in conjunction with the NTA announce the operation of additional Route 126 services

    Bus Éireann in conjunction with the National Transport Authority are pleased to announce the operation of additional Route 126 services on Friday & Saturday nights during December 2018, starting Friday, November 30. These services will depart the city centre [serving Busaras and Ha’Penny Bridge] at 00:30hrs & 03:30hrs serving Kill, Naas, Newbridge, Sallins and Clane.

  2. Bus Éireann launches ‘Go Places’ Competition 2018/19

    Bus Éireann launched its Go Places with Bus Éireann 2018 – 2019 competition for Transition Year students today, in which they invited TY students nationwide to express the ir creativity by documenting their school journeys. Broadcaster and DJ Stephen Byrne joined with TY students from Coláiste Cois Life today to mark the launch. The competition is open for all transport modes to school.

  3. Travel Cork-Dublin for only €9.99 and in just 3 Hours with GoBé

    For the month of November GoBé customers can travel between Cork and Dublin for as little €9.99 single / €19.98 return. The non-stop service, with limited stops in Cork, Dublin City and Dublin Airport, has a travel time between the two cities of just 3 hours.

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  1. Road Closure affecting Cork City Route 214

    Cork City Council have advised that in order to facilitate roadworks, Togher Road towards Cork City, will close to traffic from the junction with Tramore Road roundabout to the junction with Clashduv Road, on Monday, 10 December 2018 from 19:30 to 01:00.

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