Nitelink bus fares to be reduced by up to 43% from this weekend
Good news for those planning a night out in Dublin city centre.
Fares on all 13 Nitelink Bus services across Dublin are being reduced from Friday, 2 September.
As part of the changes announced by Transport for Ireland (TFI), Leap fares are being reduced by 33% while cash fares are being cut by 43%.
The new Nitelink prices can be found below:
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In a statement, TFI said it made the changes in order to make it easier for people to get home affordably as demand for late-night transport increases post-Covid.
“Dublin is a great, lively city to go out in at night and we have to make sure that it’s also a great city to get home in once that night out has come to an end," Transport Minister Eamon Ryan said.
"We are already seeing a significant uplift in the night-time economy post-Covid and I’m delighted that we can respond to this, with these new, attractive low fares, which really are hard to beat.
"This is just a taste of the overall transformation in transport we are on track to deliver in the city with developments in the pipeline like BusConnects, DART+ and Metrolink.”
13 Nitelink services depart from Dublin City Centre every Friday and Saturday night.
For more information on the services, visit Dublin Bus' website here.