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Going out in Dublin over Christmas? There'll be extra late night buses to bring you home

The services will cover the greater Dublin area.

Rosanna Davison is delighted about the news.
Rosanna Davison is delighted about the news.
Image: Iain White/Fennell Photography

BUS ÉIREANN HAS started running its extra late night bus services for the Christmas period.

Customers travelling to Balbriggan, Drogheda, Dunshaughlin, Navan, Naas, Newbridge and Clane will benefit from the services.

They will run every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday until 27 December.


The 101N Service will operate from Busáras in Dublin to Drogheda via Balbriggan at 00.30am and 3.30am, and from Drogheda Bus Station to Dublin at 01.45am. Single fares are €8.50 to Balbriggan and €11.50 to Julianstown and Drogheda Bus Station.

The 109N Service will operate from Busáras to Navan via Dunshaughlin at 00.30am and 3.30am. It will depart from Navan to Dublin at 01.45am and 4.45am. Single fares are €8.50 to Dunshaughlin and €12.50 to Navan.

The 126N Service will operate from the Ha’penny Bridge in Dublin at 00.30am and 3.30am to Newbridge via Kill and Naas.

It will depart from Newbridge to Dublin at 1.20am and 4.20am, and also serves Sallins and Clane. Single fares are €8.50 to Kill Junction and €11.50 to Naas and Newbridge.

David Lane, Bus Éireann’s regional manager for the east of the country, said the extra services will help people travel “without the hassle of a car over the festive period”.

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