The bus is the main form of public transport used in Ireland today. Overall buses make about 200 million passenger trips on regular scheduled services across the state. These services are provided under Public Service Obligation contracts with Bus Éireann and Dublin Bus and by licensed commercial bus operators. We review the bus companies’ performance in this regard, and publish quarterly performance reports which are available through the menu bar on the left.
Other bus services provided under the Rural Transport Programme came under the aegis of the National Transport Authority in April 2012.
Replacement services following changes to Expressway Route 7 from June 28, 2015
The National Transport Authority, in conjunction with Bus Éireann and Carlow Kilkenny Local Link, has put in place a number of bus services following changes to Bus Éireann Expressway Route 7, from Sunday June 28, 2015.
See report here:
Wexford bus services from April 26, 2015
The National Transport Authority, in conjunction with Bus Éireann and Wexford Local Link, has put in place a number of bus services to replace Bus Éireann Expressway Route 5, which ceases operations as and from Sunday April 26, 2015.
Click here for more information on Wexford bus services.