Bus Arrangements announced for the St Patrick's Day parade
Check out the bus schedule for St Patrick's Day, so you can get to where you need to be to enjoy the celebrations!
Here are the changes that have been made to travel arrangements for St Patrick's Day next Thursday. The schedule is applicable from 07.00 am until roads reopen.
So if you're looking to make it into the city centre in time for the much anticipated parade, read below:
No.202 to Knocknaheeney
No.203 to Farranree Services will depart every 20 minutes
No.207 to Ballyvolane approx. from St. Patrick’s Quay
No.208 to Lotabeg
No.215 to Blarney/Cloghroe
Route 220 to Carrigaline/Crosshaven/Fountainstown Services will depart from Anglesea Street
Route 223 to Monkstown/Ringaskiddy/Haulbowline (opposite Market Bar)
No.202 to Mahon Services will depart every 20 mins approx. from temporary stop on Eglington Street.
No.203 to Ballyphehane Services will depart every 20 minutes approx.
No.206 to Grange from Anglesea St. (opposite Market Bar)
No.207 to Donnybrook
No.215 to Mahon Point (Jacobs Island)
No.216 to Mount Oval
No.205 to C.I.T. Services will depart every 20 minutes approx.
No.208 to Bishopstown from Washington St.
THERE WILL BE NO 205 SERVICE TO KENT STATION FOR DURATION OF CLOSURE
Passengers should board Route 226A in Parnell Place for service to Kent Station
No.214 to CUH Services will depart every 20 minutes approx.
No.216 to Glasheen/C.U.H. from South Main St.
Route 220 to Ballincollig/EMC Services will depart every 30 minutes approx. from Washington Street
Services to Macroom/West Cork Services will depart from Bus Station and Provincial Stop, Washington Street.
Route 226 will operate INBOUND via Cotter Street, Old Station Road, Eglington Street to Bus Station, Parnell Place. Outbound Services will not serve stop at City Hall.
BLACK ASH PARK & RIDE
Black Ash Park & Ride first bus at 09.00 hours, to/from temporary stop on Anglesea Street (across from Market Bar) to Black Ash. Park & Ride services resume at Lapps Quay when roads reopen.
All other services will depart from Bus Station, Parnell Place. Customers, however, may encounter some delays to services.
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