Dublin Bus is committed to improving connections for students by continuously monitoring and improving our routes serving schools, colleges and universities across the Greater Dublin Area. Therefore, we are pleased to announce the introduction of three new routes, providing direct connections to Dublin City University (DCU) from Monday 17 October.
These routes will provide students with further transport options to DCU while also catering for commuters working in the area. These routes will be further enhanced by the introduction of additional peak journeys across the Ballymun, Finglas, Lucan, Templeogue, Malahide and Harold’s Cross bus corridors from Monday 17 October. These improvements are aimed at easing our customers’ commute and making their journey a little more comfortable.
New route details:
Route 31d will provide a morning and evening service between Baldoyle and DCU, serving Strand Road, Dublin Road, Howth Road and Collins Avenue. The bus will depart from Baldoyle at 07.45 (arrives to DCU at 08.35) and will depart DCU at 17.15.
Route 42d will provide a morning and evening service from Portmarnock to DCU, serving Strand Road, Wendell Avenue, Blackwood Lane, The Hill, Malahide Village, Yellow Walls Road, Swords Road, Holywell, M1 and M50, Ballymun Road and Collins Avenue. The bus will depart from Portmarnock at 07.30 (arrives to DCU at 08.40) and will depart DCU at 17.10.
Route 70d will provide a morning and evening service from Dunboyne to DCU, serving Clonee, Blanchardstown Village, Castleknock Road, Navan Road, Nephin Road, Ratoath Road, Ballyboggan Road, Finglas Road, Old Finglas Road, Griffith Avenue Extension and Ballymun Road. The bus will depart from Dunboyne at 07.15 (arrives to DCU at 08.30) and will depart DCU at 17.05.