Wexford Bus adopts Leap Card ticketing system

Payzone has added Wexford Bus to the rollout of the Leap Card integrated ticketing system.

The ticketing system operates on Luas, DART, Dublin Bus and Commuter Rail Services.

The extension of the service to Wexford Bus on their Wexford to Dublin City and Airport route, represents the first private commercial bus operator to officially adopt system.

With Wexford Bus now on board, passengers of the bus company can use the travel credit on their Leap Card to pay for discounted single trips, or they can choose to load weekly tickets to their card.

Passengers of Wexford Bus can purchase and top up their Leap Card in Dublin, online at www.leapcard.ie and at a number of Payzone outlets in Wexford, including Gwalia Stores in Gorey, The Bus Stop Shop in Enniscorthy and The Selskar Bookshop in Wexford town.

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