Archive - 2022
We wish to advise customers of disruptions to Expressway Services on Monday, 27 June 2022
Monday, 27th June, 2022
Bus Éireann, operating on behalf of Transport for Ireland has partnered with TFI Local Link Kerry and Fáilte Ireland to launch a new Travel Around Kerry brochure. This brochure provides information about Bus Éireann and TFI Local Link services connecting Kerry’s towns and villages. In addition, the brochure highlights how all passengers including tourists can benefit from the recent 20% fare reduction on PSO bus services in County Kerry and the 50% reduction available for those with a TFI Student or Young Adult Leap Card, introduced by the National Transport Authority.
Friday, 10th June, 2022
Bus Éireann, Ireland’s national bus company has partnered with An Táin Arts Centre to unveil a new art installation at Drogheda bus station as part of Louth Culture Quest. The installation, by artist OMIN will be in place until the end of this year.
Friday, 3rd June, 2022
Galway West TD and Minister of State at the Department of Transport Hildegard Naughton today marked the first year since the introduction of hybrid double-deck buses to Bus Éireann’s Galway fleet. The new buses were purchased by the National Transport Authority and by this week will have delivered 200,000 kilometres of emission-free public transport in the city, saving almost 230 tonnes of carbon tailpipe emissions.
Monday, 16th May, 2022
Bus Éireann is encouraging people in Mayo who travel to Climb with Charlie on Saturday, 2 April to leave their cars at home or at their accommodation if staying locally where possible, and take the bus to Croagh Patrick.
Wednesday, 30th March, 2022
New, more sustainable buses, procured through the NTA, allowed passengers to travel over 150,000 emission-free kilometres in 2021, according to Bus Éireann’s first Annual Sustainability Report.
Monday, 28th March, 2022
Service disruption in the Eastern Region Wednesday 16.03.2022
Wednesday, 16th March, 2022
Bus Éireann, Ireland’s national bus company, is organising a Fill-A-Bus appeal to aid those displaced by the war in Ukraine at the bus stop outside of Douglas Court Shopping Centre this Saturday, 5 March from 10am to 3pm. Bus Éireann drivers in Cork have been active in humanitarian causes for many years, with volunteer drivers delivering aid to orphanages in Belarus since 2015.
Friday, 4th March, 2022
Expressway, Ireland’s premium inter-regional coach service has partnered up with Grow Mental Health to raise awareness of mental health challenges. Customers will see a photo exhibition with Stories of Recovery and Hope in Drogheda and Dundalk bus stations for two weeks. The display has toured nationwide and this partnership initiative is to promote positive mental health and raise vital funds for Grow Mental Health, the non-profit group.
Wednesday, 2nd February, 2022
Bus Éireann, Ireland’s national bus company, is launching new Travel Around Dundalk and Travel Around Drogheda brochures informing the public of Bus Éireann services in Dundalk, Drogheda and surrounding towns and villages across the County and which connect Louth to Counties Dublin, Cavan, Monaghan, Meath and Tyrone. They are also highlighting that Louth passengers can get 30% discounts on single fares with a TFI Leap Card when travelling on Bus Éireann PSO services.
Wednesday, 26th January, 2022
Bus Éireann, Ireland’s national bus company, is reminding customers to take some time to plan their journeys and to please check the Bus Éireann website where a list of service disruptions is available, and our Twitter feed.
Tuesday, 4th January, 2022