Dublin Bus wishes to advise customers that due to a parade for St. Patrick’s Day in Bray the following diversions will be in place from 14:00hrs to 17:00hrs;
Route 45 will operate from Oldcourt turn right onto Vevay Road down Southern Cross onto N11, turn off Fassaroe Bridge, down Dargle Road and back on to normal route at Sunnybank. All buses coming back to Bray will turn right on to Dargle Road and on to the N11 motorway and will turn off at Hills Roundabout and back on to normal routes for the duration of the Parade.
Route 45a towards Dun Laoghaire will operate their normal routing to the end of Killarney Lane and will then go back to Hills Roundabout and onto N11 motorway and turn off at Fassaroe Bridge, down Dargle Road and operate normal route from Sunnybank.
Route 145 towards Heuston Station will operate their normal routing to the end of Killarney Lane and will then go back to Hills Roundabout and onto N11 motorway and turn off at Fassaroe Bridge, down Dargle Road and operate normal route from Sunnybank.
Routes 84 and 184 will operate via Southern Cross Road onto N11 motorway turn off at Fassaroe Bridge down Dargle Road and back on to normal route. Route 184 will operate back to Newtownmountkennedy from the Dargle Road.
Route 185 to Shop River will operate from the Dargle Road for the duration of the parade.
Please note that due to St. Patrick's Festival there will be some disruption to RTPI services.
During the parade there will be no buses operating to or from Bray Dart Station or on Bray Main Street. Customers wishing to travel on Routes 45, 84 and 145 towards the City may do so by going to the bus shelter opposite the Industrial Yarns. Route 45a to Dun Laoghaire will also operate from the same stop. Customers wishing to avail of these services heading towards Kilmacanogue or Greystones may do so by waiting at the first stop on the Dargle Road.