BusConnects Phase 5B
3 weeks ago
Launching November 26th 2023
Phase 5b of the BusConnects Network Redesign commences on the 26th of November and will see the introduction of the Go-Ahead Ireland S4, S6, S8, W2 and L55. This phase will also see the introduction of the S2, 74 and L25 which will be operated by Dublin Bus.
The following Go-Ahead Ireland routes will cease operation from the 26th November 2023: 17, 18, 75/a, 76/a and 175. The 61 service, operated by Dublin Bus, will also cease operation.
What are the new Go-Ahead Ireland routes?
|S4||Liffey Valley Shopping Centre – Ballyfermot – Crumlin Hospital – Terenure – UCD|
|S6||Tallaght – Rathfarnham Shopping Centre – UCD – Blackrock Station|
|S8||Citywest – Tallaght – Sandyford Luas – Dún Laoghaire|
|W2||Tallaght – Newlands Cross – Liffey Valley Shopping Centre|
|L55||Palmerstown Village – Ballyfermot – Chapelizod|
BusConnects Phase 5B Interchanges
Interchange with different routes and modes of public transport with the TFI 90 Minute Fare. Just use your TFI Leap Card as normal and start your last journey within 90 minutes of your first.
For a list of available interchanges, please use the below link.
How much are the fares?
The TFI 90 Minute Fare applies to most journeys in the Dublin area, along with some parts of East Kildare and North Wicklow. It allows you to transfer between Dublin City Bus (Dublin Bus and Go-Ahead Ireland Dublin city services), Luas, DART and commuter rail (zones 1 to 4 in the Short Hop Zone) for free during 90 minutes when using a TFI Leap Card. You must touch-on every time you board a service to demonstrate you hold a valid ticket for each journey. As long as you touch-on your last service within 90 minutes of the first touch-on, you will qualify for the TFI 90 Minute Fare.
|TFI Leap Fares||Adult||Young Adult / Student||Child|
|TFI 90 Minute Fare||€2.00||€1.00||€0.65|
|TFI Cash Fare||Adult||Child|