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Timetable changes go live for 17, 17A. 104. 114 & 220

5 months ago Sun 16th Jun 2019

Following analysis of travel data and feedback from customers and elected representatives Go-Ahead Ireland, in partnership with the NTA, have introduced new timetables for several of our routes. The changes came into effect on Sunday the 16th June 2019 and relate to the 17 (Blackrock-Rialto route), 17A (Blanchardstown-Kilbarrack route), 104 (Clontarf-DCU route), 114 (Blackrock-Ticknock) and 220 (Lady’s Well Road-DCU route).  A summary is below, and the timetables are available now on both the www.transportforireland.ie and www.goaheadireland.ie websites.

17A - Blanchardstown to Kilbarrack route

  • Morning peak departures revised. 10 minute frequency, from Kilbarrack, between 0655 and 0750

17 Blackrock - Rialto route

  • Morning peak departures revised. 10 minute frequency from Rialto between 0640 and 0710
  • Apart from the 17D route, all journeys operate the entire length of the route (i.e. there are no short trips, terminating at UCD mid route)
  • The 17C route no longer operates, all the previous 17C journeys are converted into 17 journeys meaning UCD is served on every trip

114 Blackrock - Ticknock route

  • Trip running times have been reviewed to account for variable traffic conditions

220 Lady's Well Road - DCU route

  • Trip running times have been reviewed to account for variable traffic conditions
  • 0842 from Lady's Well Road now leaves at 0810 in order to provide better connections for school times.
  • Stop 94 on Ballymun Road will no longer be served by the 220/220A. This is due to the fact the bus must cross several lanes of traffic to turn right at the next junction.

104 Clontarf Road – DCU route

  • Trip running times have been reviewed to account for variable traffic conditions
  • Departures/Arrivals at DCU have moved slightly
  • On Sunday, the last two trips continue all the way through to Clontarf Station (as opposed to terminating at Beaumont Hospital)
  • The timetable has been revised on this route so that most arrive in DCU a quarter to the hour and leave approximately 10 mins after the hour; to facilitate the start and end of lectures.

If you have any queries on any of the above, please contact our Customer Care team who will be happy to assist on 1850 80 40 71 or customercomment@goaheadireland.ie

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