Network Direct - N11 Stillorgan, Dún Laoghaire, Bray and North Wicklow areas

Published on Monday, September 13, 2010

Dublin Bus is pleased to announce the start of the implementation of the first phase of the Network Direct project. Starting on the 19th of September a more direct, high frequency, punctual bus service is coming to the N11 Stillorgan, Dún Laoghaire, Bray and North Wicklow areas with improved cross city connections. Read further details here.

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Route Amalgamation of 92 and 145
From 19th September, a more direct, high frequency and punctual service will serve Heuston Station. The extension of Route 145 is part of the Network Direct project. Route 145 will replace the current Route 92 service and will operate at least every 10 minutes on weekdays until 21.00 hrs and every 20 minutes thereafter until the last bus at 23:20hrs. It will also operate at weekends.

Route 145 will serve the same bus stop as the current Route 92 service in Heuston and will operate via the North Quays, Nassau Street, St Stephen’s Green, Leeson Street and onwards to Bray.

Routes 46x and 746 will no longer operate. Alternative services can be used:
46x – Customers can take a 46a to the city centre and change to Routes 41/16a or Airlink service to travel to Dublin Airport.

746 – Customers can take a 46a to the city centre and change to Routes 41/16a, Airlink in service for travel to Dublin airport.

* Customers should please note that the amalgamation of Routes 39a/10 will take place in October.

Route 84x
Route 84x from Newtownmountkennedy will no longer operate from Sunday 19th September. All other 84x services will not be affected.

Customers wishing to travel from Newtownmountkennedy can take Bus Éireann service 133. Visit or call 01 836 6111 for further details. Phone lines open from 08:30hrs until 18:00hrs Monday - Sunday.
Bus Éireann fares: Adult Single €4.20 and Adult Day Return €6.40.

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 46a will have specific departure times from D’Olier Street and UCD Belfield 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.

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