Waterford customers celebrating St Patricks Day in Dublin can enjoy hassle free transport

Two Expressway coaches parked at Waterford Bus Station

  • The biggest day of the year for many Irish people is fast approaching

  • The St Patricks Day Parade starts at 12:00 noon from Parnell Square, Dublin

  • Expressway offers frequent coach services from Waterford into Dublin city centre

Waterford customers travelling to Dublin city centre for the St Patricks Day parade will be pleased to know that Expressway, the largest coach operator in the country operates eight direct services per day in each direction from Waterford city into Dublin city centre.

With over half a million spectators and 4,000 parade participants expected, Dublin city centre is going to be extremely busy in the coming days. Expressway Route 4 (Waterford to Dublin) service offers customers a faster and more convenient service to travel by coach direct from Waterford into Dublin city. Customers also have the option to reserve a seat on a specific bus by using the MyExpressway service to avoid disappointment and guarantee a seat for their preferred travel time.

There are eight direct services per day from Waterford to Dublin city centre, operating at 05:00, 06:45, 09:00, 10:45, 12:45, 14:45, 18:00 and 20:00. Return services from Dublin city centre to Waterford operate at 09:30, 11:20, 13:35, 15:35, 18:00, 19:45, 22:45 and 23:45.

“On our Expressway Route 4 service, customers can sit back and enjoy the comfort and convenience of travelling by high-quality coaches without the worries of car parking, toll charges and fuel costs. I would advise our Waterford customers to book their seats in advance especially around busy times like this coming Bank Holiday weekend.” said Andrew Yates, Head of Expressway, Bus Éireann.

For an enjoyable St Patrick's Day celebration, plan your journey with Expressway by visiting expressway.ie to secure your seat. Travelling with Expressway not only means enjoying convenience and comfort services but also means that customers are supporting sustainable transport solutions in helping keeping Ireland green this St Patrick’s Weekend.

Friday, 15th March, 2024