Bus Éireann is to operate extra Nightrider services from Dublin for the Christmas period

Bus Éireann will operate extra Nightrider late night services from Dublin to Balbriggan, Drogheda, Ratoath, Dunshaughlin, Navan, Naas, Newbridge, Sallins and Clane over the Christmas period.

The late night services will operate on Thursdays, 11 and 18 December 2014 and Sundays, 14, 21 and 28 December 2014.

These extra services will complement our scheduled Nightrider services, which operate on Friday and Saturday nights.

The 101N will operate from Busáras, Dublin to Drogheda via Balbriggan at 00.30 and 03.30, and from Drogheda Bus Station to Dublin at 01.45. Single fares are €8.50 to Balbriggan and €11 to points further than Balbriggan (Julianstown and Drogheda Bus Station).

The 109N will operate from Busáras, Dublin to Navan via Dunshaughlin at 00.30 and 03.30. It will depart from Navan to Dublin at 01.45 and 04.45. Single fares are €8.50 to Dunshaughlin and €12 to Navan.

The 126N will operate from Ha’penny Bridge, Dublin at 00.30 and 03.30 to Newbridge via Kill and Naas. It will depart from Newbridge to Dublin at 01.20 and 04.20, and also serves Sallins and Clane. Single fares are €8.50 to Kill Junction and €11 to points past Kill Junction (Naas and Newbridge).

Free travel passes issued by the Department of Social Protection are not valid on Nightrider services.

Normal Nightrider services will resume from Friday, 2 January 2015.

“Our late nightrider services over the Christmas period are a fantastic way for customers to enjoy the fun and celebrations that the East of the country has to offer.  Customers using these late night services can shop, eat and enjoy all the partying festivities without the worry and hassle of car parking, fuel costs, toll fares and the expense and hassle of organising other means of transport,” said Joe Kenny, Regional Manager, East, Bus Éireann.

Thursday, 11th December, 2014