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"The Giant's Journey Event" - changes to services in Limerick, 5 - 7 September 2014

Bus Éireann wishes to advise passengers of alterations to Limerick City Services during the "The Giant's Journey Event"

Friday, 29th August, 2014


Bus Éireann announce revamped Limerick to Dublin City/Dublin Airport service

Bus Éireann passengers travelling to the capital or Dublin Airport on our route 12 service from Limerick, can look forward shorter journey times, and avail of special promotional fares from as low as €9 one way, from 14 September 2014. As part of our new X12 route, journey times to Dublin will be cut by 25 minutes on 18 daily services to the city centre and Dublin Airport. A new daily non-stop service from Limerick to Dublin will also be introduced, with a transit time of just two hours 20 minutes. Bus Éireann will be the only company to offer this daily non-stop direct service between the two cities.

Thursday, 28th August, 2014


Alterations to Route 233, Cork to Macroom effective 31 August 2014

In addition to withdrawal of Route 222 and 232, the following Route 233 trips will be withdrawn in conjunction with the changes as there will now be alternative options available on Route 220 as far as Ballincollig EMC.

Friday, 22nd August, 2014


Changes to Route 207A, 208A, 209 and 209A

We wish to advise passengers that from Saturday. 30 August 2014, Route 207A, Montonotte - Well Road and Route 208A, Cork City - Lotamore shall be withdrawn.

Friday, 22nd August, 2014


Route 243: Cork - Mallow - Buttevant - Newmarket

Bus Éireann wishes to advise customers of the following minor changes to Route 243: Cork – Mallow – Buttevant – Newmarket effective from Monday, 1 September 2014.

Monday, 18th August, 2014


Route 207A: Well Road – Patrick Street

Bus Éireann wishes to advise customers that as part of the ongoing review of services in Cork City that the above route will no longer operate from the Monday, 1 September 2014.

Monday, 18th August, 2014


Route 220/220A: Ballincollig – City Centre – Carragaline – Crosshaven - Fountainstown

As part of an ongoing review of public transport services in Cork City and County undertaken by the National Transport Authority, Bus Éireann will introduce a revised combined Route 220/220A: Ballincollig – City Centre – Carragaline – Crosshaven – Fountainstown which will commence on Sunday, 31 August 2014.

Monday, 18th August, 2014


Route 101, Dublin - Airport - Balbriggan - Drogheda Bus Stop alteration from 24 August 2014

Bus Éireann wishes to advise customers that from 24 August 2014, Route 101, Dublin - Airport - Balbriggan - Drogheda will no longer operate from the current stop on Talbot Street.

Friday, 15th August, 2014