Dublin Bus is pleased to announce the implementation of the next phase of the Network Direct project. Starting on the 31st October a more direct, high frequency, punctual bus service is coming Castleknock, Blanchardstown, Mulhuddart and Dunboyne Read further details here. Service Changes Mulhuddart Village As part of Network Direct, a redesign of bus services in Dublin City, service changes will take place in Mulhuddart Village from Sunday 31st October 2010.Mulhuddart Village will be served by Route 220 and Route 238 with revised timetables to The Blanchardstown Centre. Route 38 will no longer serve Mulhuddart Village at Church Road, Old Navan Road and Blanchardstown Road North. Direct services are available to the City Centre on Route 38/a, with a connection at Lady’s Well Road or Castlecurragh. An alternative service to the City Centre is available on route 39/39a with a connection at Huntstown Way.The Blanchardstown Centre will act as a major bus interchange point with connections to the following services 17a,39, 39a, 236, 239, 270.Service Change on Route 10 Dublin Bus wishes to inform customers that from 31st October, Route 10 will no longer operate, but will be replaced by Route 46a on the northside of the city and Route 39a on the Southside of the city. This change is part of Network Direct, a redesign of bus services in Dublin City to provide a more direct, high frequency and punctual service. Timetable Changes All timetables will be redesigned so that they will be easier to understand. Please note that new timetables read from left to right and then line by line as in a book or magazine. Weekdays are given their own column separated by colour. All routes will now have stop-specific departure times at selected locations for e.g. route 39a will have specific departure times from Blanchardstown Centre making it easier to plan your journey. Stop-specific timetables will be available to download as pdfs and are located at the top of the timetable pages on this site.