Dublin Bus begins Christmas Nitelinks tonight

Dublin Bus begins Christmas Nitelinks tonight

There is good news for festive party-goers in Dublin as Christmas Nitelinks begin this evening.

The service - run by Dublin Bus - will see the 18 regular routes operate on additional days over the next two weeks.

Buses depart from Westmoreland Street and D'Olier Street to areas across the capital and surrounding counties.

Maria Payne, Media and Communications Executive with Dublin Bus, has more information: "It'll be running up until New Year's Eve, New Year's morning.

"We will have a full schedule on tonight, tomorrow night and Saturday night.

"Then next Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

"And then Friday the 30 of December and New Year's Eve, so plenty of nights there to bring people home, party goers out on a night out or indeed shift workers working late."


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