TFI launches night-time services campaign in Dublin
People across Dublin and the surrounding areas can now benefit from safe and accessible transport services at night-time, with eight Dublin Bus routes now operating 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Credit: Transport for Ireland
Transport for Ireland (TFI) has announced that it has launched a new campaign highlighting night-time services in Dublin and the surrounding areas.
The TFI night-time bus network is growing, taking customers ‘around the city, around the clock’ with eight Dublin Bus routes now operating 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and newly reduced fares on the 13 Nitelink services on Friday and Saturday nights.
Whether customers are coming home from a night out with friends or a late shift at work, they can use the night-time services for an affordable and reliable journey home. Furthermore, the TFI network will be introducing more late night services, with two new 24 hour bus routes coming on stream before Christmas 2022.
CEO of the National Transport Authority, Anne Graham said: “As a member of the government’s night-time Economy Task Force, I am delighted that the TFI network is growing to support Dublin’s late night economy. With eight 24 hour bus services and reduced fares on 13 Nitelink services, passengers can now get home for just €2.40 or less using a Leap card, making going out in Dublin more affordable. The TFI network is continuing to grow its late-night services, with more 24 hour routes being introduced on an ongoing basis as part of the BusConnects programme.”
Acting Dublin Bus CEO, Andrea Keane said: “The night-time economy in Dublin is growing post-pandemic and the TFI Network is expanding to reflect that. Night-time commuters can now hop on Dublin Bus services to get home affordably. By using Dublin Bus to get home customers can also lower their carbon footprint.”
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