Bus Éireann News
Bus Éireann, Ireland’s national bus company, has observed a substantial increase in the number of passengers using face coverings, ranging from 50 to 90 per cent on most routes on the first day they became mandatory. Bus Éireann welcomed the Government’s decision last week as part of the Phase 3 Roadmap to enable increased capacity on public transport to 50 per cent and the mandatory wearing of face coverings, and has updated its Terms and Conditions of Carriage accordingly.
Wednesday, 1st July, 2020
Bus Éireann are proud to launch the Keeping Ireland Connected campaign which will focus on sharing a positive message across the country and in communities around Ireland.
Tuesday, 16th June, 2020
Social distancing requirements mean capacity will remain very limited and should only be used for essential journeys
Saturday, 6th June, 2020
As official travel partner to Aldi Community Games, Bus Éireann were proud to sponsor the Creative Writing and Scríobhnóireacht competitions as part of the 'Creative Communities’ events.
Wednesday, 3rd June, 2020
Please see the safety measures we are taking during Covid-19 and a message from our Chief Executive, Stephen Kent. We ask you to stay at home and only travel if it is absolutely essential to help us protect you, our customer, and our staff.
Monday, 20th April, 2020
New timetable will be based on the current Saturday schedule, augmented by additional services
Friday, 27th March, 2020
To mark International Women’s day, Bus Éireann, Ireland’s largest public transport operator outside of Dublin, hosted a coffee morning for female staff in the Bus Éireann Boardroom in Limerick this week. Similar events were also held in Dublin, Dundalk, Galway, Cork and Sligo.
Thursday, 12th March, 2020
To mark International Women’s day, Bus Éireann, Ireland’s largest public transport operator outside of Dublin, hosted a coffee morning for female staff in Dundalk’s Crowne Plaza this week. Similar events were also held in Dublin, Galway, Limerick, Cork and Sligo.
Wednesday, 11th March, 2020
This month marks the first year anniversary of Cork’s first ever 24 hour city bus service, Route 220 (Ovens (EMC) - Ballincollig - City Centre - Maryborough Hill - Carrigaline (Liosbourne & Ferney Road) that came into operation in conjunction with the National Transport Authority (NTA) on the 13th of January 2019.
Thursday, 30th January, 2020
2019 was a milestone year for Bus Éireann, as it introduced a wide range of customer focused initiatives, which has contributed to over 88 million customer journeys in 2019, an increase of over 5 million compared to 2018.
Friday, 27th December, 2019
In conjunction with the National Transport Authority (NTA), Bus Éireann boosted its service offering to customers in Drogheda in 2019 with the introduction of new and enhanced services. Drogheda customer usage on town services is well ahead of expectation while demand on the commuter route to Dublin is also performing strongly.
Monday, 23rd December, 2019
Bus Éireann boosted its service offering to customers in Galway in 2019 with the introduction of new and additional services. Galway city passenger numbers have grown by over 20% to a whopping 5.6m passenger journeys. There is also a 56% increase in passengers using their Leap Card on all trips in Galway.
Tuesday, 17th December, 2019
Bus Éireann today alongside popular travel and lifestyle blogger Lauren Arthurs, announced its timetables for Christmas and New Year, confirming details of services nationwide over the festive season. Buses will run every day across the Christmas holiday period - apart from December 25 - with services operating standard timetables with some slight exceptions.
Wednesday, 11th December, 2019
2019 has been a landmark year for Bus Éireann with a massive 72% increase in Customer journeys on the Waterford city network this year, according to preliminary figures released today. The total number of passenger journeys undertaken in Waterford city in the last 12 months has increased following the introduction of a greatly enhanced City network in December 2018. These services are all operated under contract to the National Transport Authority (NTA).
Tuesday, 10th December, 2019
Bus Éireann wishes to advise customers of its timetables for the Christmas and New Year period, with some extra services over the festive season. Buses will run every day across the Christmas holiday period - apart from December 25th - with services operating standard timetables with some slight exceptions.
Thursday, 5th December, 2019