- * You can now plan your journey more effectively without waiting around at bus stops
- * Find out when your bus is due at over 500 stops across the city with our RTPI screens
- * Alternatively, use the bus stop number at the top of your stop to access this information from our website , via our iPhone and Android apps or SMS service
Dublin Bus customers can access Real Time Passenger Information by entering their bus stop number:
* Download the official Dublin Bus App free of charge on iPhone and Android Phones
* Enter your bus stop number for access to Real Time Information
* Plan your journey with our Route Planner and keep up to date with news on services from your phone
* The app also gives you information on every route on the Dublin Bus network
Bus stop numbers can be found on the top of the bus stop just below the Dublin Bus Castle symbol.
Taxsaver Commuter tickets can help you save up to 52% on the cost of your bus ticket.
Visit www.taxsaver.ie to see how muchyou can save.
Leap card is a reusable smart card that can be used to pay as you go on Dublin Bus, Luas, DART and commuter rail services around Dublin, without the need to carry correct change or buy a specific ticket in advance. You also pay less with a Leap card than when you pay for single fares with cash on our services, see www.leapcard.ie
Our Rambler ticket range offers excellent value for money with unlimited travel (non consecutive days) on all Dublin Bus scheduled services including Xpresso and Airlink (excluding Nitelink, Tours, Special services and Private Contract Services). A 30 Day Rambler allows you to travel all over Dublin for less than €4 a day.
For our full ticket range visit our prepaid tickets section.
If you wish to pay by cash, please tell the driver where you want to go. Please pay with coins only, notes cannot be accepted and change cannot be given. Your fare is calculated by the number of stages you cross on your journey, all fare stages are listed under the timetables.
|Route 13 Sample Fares
|O’Connell St. to Thomas St.
|Old Kilmainham to Dorset St.
|Drumcondra Road Upper to James St.
|Harristown to Grange Castle
Over the last two years, Dublin Bus has introduced changes to the entire network, providing enhanced services which are faster, more direct and reliable that better reflect customers’ needs for bus travel including:
Ø 9 additional Cross City routes – Routes 13, 14, 15, 27, 39a, 40, 46a, 140 and 145
Ø More high frequency services - Routes such as 13, 14, 15, 27, 39a, 40, are now more frequent; operating every 12 minutes or better at peak times
ØLess route variations
ØImproved timetable design
More connections to shopping, universities, hospitals and attractions across Dublin:
- Ø The improved Route 15 (Stocking Avenue, Ballycullen to Clongriffen Rail Station) provides connections to St. Stephen’s Green, Trinity College, Bus Áras and IFSC
- Ø The improved Route 39a (UCD Belfield to Ongar) provides connections to Blanchardstown Centre, City Centre, Trinity College, Baggot Street and UCD
- Ø The improved Route 40 (Finglas to Liffey Valley Shopping Centre) provides connections to Temple Street, the Mater and St. James’s Hospitals, O’Connell Street, Trinity College, Temple Bar and Christchurch
Faster journey times:
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