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Dublin Bus changes routes over 'anti-social behaviour'

The 13 and the 122 have been affected.

Image: Fred Dean Jnr via Flickr/Creative Commons

DUBLIN BUS HAS changed two of its usual routes today because of what it described as anti-social behaviour.

Route 13 is currently not serving Bawnogue and is operating via Nangor Road in both directions.

It is understood that stones were being thrown at vehicles earlier today. It is understood the service will not operate for the rest of the day.

Also impacted by diversions is the number 122.

“Due to anti-social behaviour, Route 122 in both directions is operating via St. Peter’s Church, Cabra Rad, Cabra Cross to Ratoath Road, Nephin Road and back onto normal route,” it said in a statement. “As a result, buses will not serve Carnlough Road and Fassaugh Avenue.”

Dublin Bus has apologised to passengers for the inconvenience.

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