Bus Éireann announces changes to Cork routes during Friday visit of Queen

Bus Éireann announces changes to Cork routes during Friday visit of Queen

Bus Éireann has today outlined alterations to services in Cork during royal visit this Friday, May 20.

Route 1: Mayfield - Blackpool - Knocknaheeney – Bishopstown: services will operate as normal

Route 2: Knocknaheeney - City Centre - Mahon: Services will operate as normal to/from Knocknaheeny. From Sundays Well, Services will operate via Victoria Cross, Dennehys Cross, Wilton Rd, Roundabout, via South Ring Rd to Kinsale Rd Roundabout, Curragh Rd/ Turners Cross to Anglesea St. From Mahon, services will operate normal service route

Route 3: Ballyphehane - City Centre - Farranree: to/from Farranree, services will operate as normal to/from Merchants Quay. To/from Ballyphehane, Services will operate as per weekday timetable to/from Anglesea St. opposite Market Bar

Route 4: St Patrick Street - Friar's Walk: to/from Friar’s Walk, services will operate as per weekday timetable to/from Anglesea St. opposite Market Bar

Route 5: Cork Institute of Technology - St Patrick Street - Kent Station: Services will operate as normal to/from Merchants Quay. To/from C.I.T., services will operate to/from Anglesea St. opposite Market Bar There will be no service from Dennehy’s Cross/College Rd to Washington Street for the duration of the closure

Route 5A: Merchants Quay - Blackpool - Mallow Road:

Route 6: Grange - South Mall: to/from Grange, services will operate as per weekday timetable to/from Anglesea St. opposite Market Bar

Route 7: Donnybrook - City Centre - Ballyvolane: to/from Ballyvolane, services will operate as normal to/from Merchants Quay to/from Donnybrook, services will operate as per weekday timetable to/from Anglesea St. opposite Market Bar

Route 7A: Well Road - St Patrick Street/Montenotte - Merchants Quay:

Route 8: Mayfield - City Centre - Bishopstown/Curraheen: to/from Bishopstown, Market Bar via South Ring Road to Kinsale Rd Roundabout, Curragh Rd/Turners Cross. There will be no service from Dennehy’s Cross/College Rd to Washington Street for the duration of the closure

Route 8A: Lotamore - St Patrick Street: Services will operate as normal to/from Merchants Quay

Route 9: Pouladuff - St Patrick Street/Audley Place - St Patrick Street: to/from Pouladuff, services will operate as per weekday timetable to/from Anglesea St. opposite Market Bar

Route 10: Mahon Point - City Centre - Glasheen: to/from Mahon Point, services will operate as per weekday timetable to/from Anglesea St. opposite Market Bar. to/from Glasheen, Normal service as far as Gilabbey St. Then via Pearse Rd, Turners Cross to Anglesea St. opposite Market Bar.

Route 11: Sunday's Well - St Patrick Street: Services will operate as normal to Sundays Well

Route 12: Merchant's Quay - Glenthorn : Services will operate as normal to/from Glenthorn

Route 14: St Patrick Street - Cork University Hospital: to/from C.U.H. Normal service as far as the Lough. Then via Pearse Rd, Turners Cross to Anglesea St. opposite Market Bar

Route 16: South Mall - Mount Oval: /from Mount Oval, services will operate as per weekday timetable to/from Anglesea St. opposite Market Bar

Services to/from Ballincollig, Macroom, West Cork and Kerry will depart from Parnell Place Bus Station via South Link Road

Park & Ride: Black Ash Park & Ride will operate as normal

All other services will depart from Bus Station, Parnell Place

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