Public consultation on planned enhancement of Bus Route 370 Waterford to Wexford

Enhanced bus route 370 from Waterford to Wexford operated by Bus √Čireann

29 April 2024

Enhanced bus route 370 Waterford to Wexford

The National Transport Authority (NTA) has today opened a public consultation on plans to improve the levels of service on bus route 370, operated by Bus Éireann, from Waterford to Wexford.

Improved level of service and operation hours

The NTA is proposing to improve the level of service and hours of operation on the corridor between Waterford and Wexford, via south Wexford.

The revised network will provide greater public transport accessibility in South Wexford to areas including Campile, Ramsgrange, Duncannon, and Wellingtonbridge.

The plans include the addition of later evening services throughout the week, improved Saturday services and the introduction of Sunday services for the first time along the route.

Serving Glenmore, New Ross, Campile, Ramsgrange, Duncannon, Wellingtonbridge, Wexford General Hospital and Wexford Train Station

The newly enhanced 370 Route will operate six times per day, per direction, Monday to Sunday from Waterford Bus Station, serving Glenmore, New Ross, Campile, Ramsgrange, Duncannon, Wellingtonbridge, Wexford General Hospital and Wexford Train Station.

A number of these services will include extensions to Rosslare Europort, Rosslare Harbour, Kilrane, Tagoat, Rosslare Strand, Wexford Trinity Street, Waterford College, Waterford HSE, Waterford SETU and University Hospital Waterford.

Bus services will operate from early morning to late evening and will provide onward connections to rail, local bus and regional bus services.

Route 370 will no longer serve Ballinaboola and Bridgetown, which are now served by regular Local Link bus services.

Connecting Ireland Rural Mobility Plan Connecting Ireland Logo (300x154)

The proposed enhancement of Route 370 is part of the Connecting Ireland Rural Mobility Plan, which is a major initiative developed and funded by the NTA as part of the Transport for Ireland (TFI) Network.

The public consultation will run for three weeks and closes at 4pm on Monday 20th of May.

Have your say by clicking the linkhttps://consult.nationaltransport.ie/en/consultation/route-370-amendment