Bus Éireann available for St Stephen’s Day travellers

Bus Éireann available for St Stephen’s Day travellers

Bus Éireann is operating a number of inter-city and commuters services across the country on St Stephen’s Day on a reduced-timetable basis.

All Bus Éireann’s inter-city Expressway services such as Galway-Dublin, Limerick-Dublin, Limerick-Cork, Cork-Dublin, and Donegal-Dublin will operate with reduced timetables.

Commuters services in the Greater Dublin Area such as Kildare-Dublin, Wicklow-Dublin, Dundalk-Dublin will also operate with limited schedules, as will similar services in Cork and Limerick like Ballinacurra-Cork, Crosshaven-Cork, and Shannon-Limerick.

Details on services operating on St Stephen’s Day are available on www.buseireann.ie.

"Travelling by bus is the most cost effective way for customers to travel on St Stephen’s Day and Bus Éireann is encouraging customers to leave the car at home," said a company statement.


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