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Dublin Bus drivers won’t drive into areas of Tallaght next week

Due to ongoing problems with anti social behaviour Dublin bus drivers say they won't enter parts of Tallaght after 6pm next week. Drivers have been subjected to stone-throwing, which they say is happening regularly, as well as a new trend known...

Time for community to tackle the anti social behaviour threatening our local bus services

Fianna Fáil South Dublin County Councillor, Charlie O’Connor says local people must examine measures to better protect drivers and passengers that are experiencing on-going incidents of anti-social behaviour on public transport in our community.  Cllr O’Connor, who is also a member of...

O’Connor renews appeal regarding Tallaght West bus service

Local Councillor Charlie O’Connor has renewed his calls for a community response to the ongoing threat to the bus service in Tallaght West. The matter has been raised at all recent meetings of the monthly Dublin Bus/Luas Community Forum which...

New bus operator to honour free travel, fare guarantees and service levels

This is according to Dublin South West Minister Katherine Zappone who said an extensive information campaign is needed to assure bus passengers on routes 76, 76a, 175 and 75 that the switch to a new operator will not lead...

Dublin Bus Confirms “No Plans” to Withdraw Route 27

After several curtailments and route diversions due to anti-social behaviour in recent weeks Dublin Bus has confirmed that it currently has no plans to stop the service in West Dublin. Residents expressed their concern that the service to Brookfield and...

O’Connor calls for action on threats to Tallaght bus service

Local Councillor Charlie O’Connor has called for effective action over threats to Dublin Bus services to Tallaght caused by vandalism and crime. He was speaking following the monthly meeting of the Dublin Bus/Luas Community Forum held in Killinarden Enterprise Centre...

Luas operator wants to take over bus routes

Transdev,who are currently struggling to operate the Luas and stuck in a never ending pay dispute with their employees, now plans to bid to run bus services under new Government reforms. Under the new plans around 20 routes currently...

Public transport fares in the capital go up today

Dublin commuters will be hit further in the pocket from today as fares increase on the Luas and Dublin Bus with some paying as much as 15% more. Dublin Bus users paying in cash will have to pay an additional...
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