Bus Éireann News
Sinéad Kilkelly will join Bus Éireann at the end of August to take up the role of Chief People Officer, reporting directly to the Chief Executive. The position of Chief People Officer is a newly established and critical role to implement the ongoing transformation plan.
Tuesday, 17th July, 2018
Bus Éireann are delighted to announce late night weekend services on two key city routes, for the upcoming Galway International Arts Festival (GIAF).
Tuesday, 10th July, 2018
Bus Éireann are the official transport providers of the International Wheelchair & Amputee Sports (IWAS) World Youth Games. Athletes from all over Ireland and the world have descended onto Athlone IT and the Regional Sports Centre to capitalise on their hard work, talents and dedication in a featured sports programme of Athletics, Table Tennis and Swimming.
Thursday, 5th July, 2018
Bus Éireann Chairman Aidan Murphy has today announced that CEO Ray Hernan will depart in the coming months to take on a senior role in another company.
Wednesday, 4th July, 2018
Bus Éireann Mayo/Galway corridor service improvements to take effect on July 1
Thursday, 28th June, 2018
Bus Éireann in conjunction with the National Transport Authority are pleased to announce the introduction of an improved bus service on Route 440 for our customers between Achill Island – Achill Sound - Westport.
Friday, 22nd June, 2018
Sea Sessions 2018 - Ireland’s largest beach party, surf and music festival – kicks off on Friday, 22 June and whether you are glamping or camping, get there with Bus Éireann!
Monday, 18th June, 2018
Bus Éireann, in conjunction with Translink, is introducing a new express route between Newry, Dublin Airport and Dublin City. Expressway route X5 will have 12 return services a day between Newry and Dublin, and starts operating this Sunday, June 10th.
Wednesday, 6th June, 2018
The closure of the N23 by Kerry County Council for a three month period to demolish and replace Dysert Bridge will affect four Bus Éireann services that travel on this route. Customers should be aware that certain journeys will take longer because of diversions, and that there may be some delays and timetable alterations to the services affected.
Wednesday, 23rd May, 2018
Bus Éireann have today announced a campaign to recruit almost 200 new staff for roles across the country. This includes 190 new driver positions and additional mechanic jobs, to service the ongoing expansion of the national network.
Thursday, 10th May, 2018
Bus Éireann are pleased to advise Ed Sheeran fans that our Galway City Route 401 from Eyre Square South (Stop No 9 - in front of the AIB Bank) will operate to a temporary terminus at Galway Atlantaquaria in Salthill on Saturday, May 12th & Sunday, May 13th, 2018 every 20 minutes.
Monday, 7th May, 2018
The winner of the Bus Éireann ‘Go Places’ competition for the South region has been announced. Jane Tiernan from Christ King Secondary School in Douglas, Co. Cork won the regional prize for the Bus Éireann competition which invited Transition Year students from all over the country to submit projects – in words, photographs, or videos – about their journey to school.
Wednesday, 2nd May, 2018
The winner of the Bus Éireann ‘Go Places’ competition from the East has been announced. Ruairí Meehan from Dunshaughlin Community School Co. Meath won the regional prize for the Bus Éireann competition which invited Transition Year students from all over the country to submit projects – in words, photographs, or videos – about their journey to school.
Tuesday, 1st May, 2018
TY student from Blacklion, Co Cavan announced as both West region and overall National winner of Bus
The West of Ireland’s regional winner of the Bus Éireann ‘Go Places’ competition has been announced. Alannah Doherty, a Transition Year student who attends St. Clare Comprehensive school Manorhamilton, won the hearts and minds of the judges with her creative photo diary.
Tuesday, 1st May, 2018
Bus Éireann has never stated any intention to ‘axe’ Expressway’s Route 52. Current speculation and statements about the route – or transport links being cut – is both speculative and incorrect.
Wednesday, 25th April, 2018