11 Aug '18, 4pm

@yascaoimhin @Tupp_Ed @humantransit @NBRU_DUBLIN @BusConnects You are right but that’s not how it was sold. https://t.co/8VB4WSUeMZ

Dublin Bus’ Network Direct project has introduced more direct, high frequency services with significantly improved connections across the city centre in areas such as Finglas in North West Dublin. Last November, service changes were implemented in Finglas under the Network Direct project and customers in the area now have improved travel options across the city centre. Route 40 now operates from Finglas Village to Liffey Valley Shopping Centre. The route provides a connection to Dorset Street, Temple Street and the Mater Hospitals, Parnell Square, O’Connell Street, Trinity College, Temple Bar, Dame Street, Christchurch, St. James’s Hospital Kilmainham meaning customers in Finglas have access to amenities throughout the city centre. Route 40 also operates every 10 minutes during peak times and every 12 minutes during the daytime. The journey time on the route has also been ...

Full article: https://www.dublinbus.ie/News-Centre/Media-Releases-Archi...

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