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The bus is the easiest and most extensive travel network. The fare you pay is based on the number of stages you travel. Most Journeys within the City Centre are between 1 – 3 stages but drivers only accept coins for payment (no notes) Look for bus numbers on street signage. The city centre is also the hub for rail infrastructure, especially from Connolly and Heuston Stations, which are connected via the Luas (tram) Red Line while the Luas Green Line services Broombridge Station to the North of the city to Bride’s Glen in the South.

Dublin Bus operates the Nitelink, which offers twelve routes every Friday and Saturday night. Our Nitelink service complements our 24-hour services (including Routes 15, 39a, 41, C1, C2, C5, C6, G1, G2 and the N4) which are in operation seven days a week across ten routes. Most other routes operate on a 6.30am – 11:30pm schedule.

You can also get Dublin Bus, and other transport service information via the Transport for Ireland mobile phone app.