Bus Éireann News
A new report by the professional services firm, KPMG, on Bus Éireann’s economic and social impact on – and contribution to society – has shown the positive impact the company and its services have on individuals and communities throughout Ireland. The report, published today, demonstrates the influence of Bus Éireann for the greater good of the economy, the environment, and Irish society as a whole.
Tuesday, 26th October, 2021
Bus Éireann and the National Transport Authority (NTA) have announced an introductory offer of €10 for 10 journeys for customers using the new TFI Go mobile ticketing app in the Cork Red Zone.
Thursday, 14th October, 2021
Expressway, Ireland’s premium inter-regional coach service, has partnered again with Grow Mental Health to celebrate World Mental Health Month and raise awareness of mental health issues. From today, customers will see a photo exhibition with stories of recovery and hope in Bus Éireann bus stations nationwide.
Friday, 8th October, 2021
Bus Éireann submits significant restoration and redevelopment plans for Busáras to Dublin City Counc
Bus Éireann, Ireland’s national bus company, has today submitted a planning application for the redevelopment of Busáras, Dublin’s central coach and bus station.
Thursday, 23rd September, 2021
Bus Éireann, the national bus company, today confirmed the launch of the all-new MyExpressway online booking system, now available as part of its premium inter-regional Expressway coach service.
Wednesday, 8th September, 2021
Bus Éireann, Ireland’s national bus company, is reminding people that we are approaching a very busy time of year as schools and colleges are starting to reopen and public transport continues to operate at 75% capacity. To avoid disappointment for passengers travelling on our Expressway intercity services, we are advising all our passengers to book a ticket in advance on expressway.ie to guarantee their seat and receive priority boarding.
Tuesday, 24th August, 2021
There was a fantastic local response to Bus Éireann’s second annual appeal in support of Meals on Wheels Dundalk, in conjunction with media partner LMFM yesterday, Thursday 19 August on the Long Walk, Dundalk.
Friday, 20th August, 2021
Navan travellers are benefitting from 11 new easily accessible coaches operated by Bus Éireann on behalf of the National Transport Authority. The new LF400 double-deck buses, in the distinctive green and yellow TFI livery are the first of their kind to be equipped with a permanent wheelchair space and priority seating on the lower deck.
Thursday, 19th August, 2021
Cavan travellers are benefitting from six new easily accessible coaches operated by Bus Éireann on behalf of the National Transport Authority. The new LF400 double-deck buses, in the distinctive green and yellow TFI livery are the first of their kind to be equipped with a permanent wheelchair space and priority seating on the lower deck.
Thursday, 19th August, 2021
Bus Éireann and TFI Local Link Kerry, are pleased to welcome new and enhanced bus services in Kerry, connecting Tralee with the Dingle Peninsula.
Friday, 13th August, 2021
The National Transport Authority (NTA) in conjunction with Bus Éireann has today unveiled three new hydrogen-fuel-cell-electric double-deck buses that will initially be used on commuter services in the Greater Dublin Area.
Tuesday, 13th July, 2021
Bus Éireann, the national bus company, is pleased to confirm that from this Friday 25 June, the last daily departure from Galway to Limerick on Expressway Route 51 will be at 7.05pm. This service had been temporarily suspended from 15 May 2021.
Friday, 25th June, 2021
Bus Éireann, the national bus company, has invested €16 million in its commercial Expressway inter-regional coach service. This includes 30 Expressway coaches for use nationwide – the first of which will enter into passenger service in Waterford today. Expressway is the largest commercial bus operator in the country, carrying six million passengers in 2019.
Tuesday, 15th June, 2021
Minister of State at the Department of Transport, Hildegarde Naughton TD, today marked the entry into service of the first of Bus Éireann’s electric hybrid vehicles to its Galway city fleet – a first for Ireland’s national bus company. Funded by the National Transport Authority, and carrying the new, distinctive Transport for Ireland green and yellow livery, these buses mean reduced emissions and improved air quality. Twenty six buses will enter service over the next number of weeks, with a further batch being delivered towards the end of 2021 to complete the transition of the Galway City bus network to low emission electric hybrid buses.
Monday, 24th May, 2021
First sustainability strategy encompasses targets for climate, waste, cities and communities, education, equality and decent, safe work
Thursday, 20th May, 2021