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They will each commence in St.Patrick Street, the only pick-up poin, and have three journeys each at 0100, 0200 and 0300 respectively.
*St. Patrick St. (Debenhams) - Douglas East Village - Maryborough Hill - Carrigaline
* St. Patrick St. (Debenhams) - Bishopstown via Curraheen Road, Melbourne Road - Ballincollig
* St. Patrick St. (Easons) - Carrigtwohill - Midleton
Single journey Fares are as follows (only special Nightrider tickets are valid)
€3: Douglas, Bishopstown
€5: Ballincollig, Carrigaline, Carrigtwohill
From next Monday 16th November 2009 there will be a slight change (cutback) on the route number 492 service Donegal to Glenties and Dungloe, with which the
majority of services are operated by Mc Geehan Coaches on behalf of Bus Eireann.
The 17.00 FRIDAY ONLY service from Killybegs to Glenties will operate for the last time on this coming Friday 13th November. This service is always operated by
PL110. (Stranorlar depot operated).
This service is due to be either chopped or revamped big time in the next 3 - 4 weeks as there are supposed to be new timetables/services (additional
services) for Route 64 Derry - Donegal - Sligo - Galway in the next 3-4 weeks, and all of them will be calling into Knock Airport, doing away with Route 449
Charlestown - Knock Airport service around this time. Although nothing is strictly official yet but it sure seems to be heading that way. This should push
VC128 and VC145 onto schools then.
A direct bus service will operate at 1000 ex Sligo (Bus Station) on Sunday 22nd (Nov, 2009) to the Sligo Rovers FAI Cup Final match in Tallaght.
Return tickets are €30.00 for adults; €15.00 for children (Under 16) and supporters are advised to book now due to seats being limited.
Tickets must be booked in advance in the Sligo Bus Station.
This info was notified on the BÉ website Friday, 20th November, 2009
The late night services will operate on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays commencing December 10th, as well as on Monday, December 21st, Tuesday, December
22nd, Wednesday, December 23rd, and December 31st.
The 101N will operate as per existing timetable and stops i.e. from Dublin Busáras to Drogheda at 00.30 and 03.30; From Drogheda Bus Station to Dublin at
There will be no Nightrider services on Friday, January 1st, 2010 or Saturday, January 2nd, 2010.
The single fares is € 7.00 to Balbriggan and € 10.00 to points beyond Balbriggan.
See previous post regarding 101N arrangements.
The 109N will operate to its usual timetable. Single fares are €7 to Dunshaughlin and €10 to points past Dunshaughlin.
The 126N will operate from Ha'penny Bridge, Dublin at 00.30am and 3.30am to Newbridge via Kill and Naas. It will also operate to its usual timetable.
Single fares are €7 to Kill Junction and €10 to points past Kill Junction.
There will be no Nightrider services on Friday, January 1st, 2010 or Saturday, January 2nd, 2010. Normal Nightrider services will resume from Thursday,
January 7th, 2010.
The services will operate from Cork city centre on Friday, December 11th, Saturday, December 12th, Friday, December 18th and Saturday, December 19th.
Buses on each route will depart from St Patrick's Street at 0100, 0200 and 0300 on the dates above.
The Carrigaline route will depart from outside Debenhams on St Patrick's Street and service Douglas East Village, Maryborough Hill and
The Ballincollig route will depart from outside Debenhams on St Patrick's Street and service Bishopstown via Curraheen Road and Melbourne Road, and
The Midleton route will depart from outside Eason's on St Patrick's and service Carrigtwohill and Midleton.
Single journey fares are €3 (Douglas, Bishopstown) or €5 (Ballincollig, Carrigaline, Carrigtwohill), and €8 (Midleton).
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