Sunday, February 20, 2011

Week commencing: Sunday 20th February 2011:

Week commencing: Sunday 20th February 2011:
Bray Services - Seirbhísí Bhré

This weeks entry starts with a trip on the 145 from Heuston Rail Station to Kilmacanogue. Donnybrook's EV92 is seen here laying over at Heuston...
And here is EV92 again on the edge of the N11 at Kilmacanogue, the 145's southern terminus.
Other Dublin Bus services around Bray are the local routes, Route 184 linking Newtownmountkennedy and Kilpedder with Bray, while the 185 links Bray on two separate routes, one to Shop River and Enniskerry and the other to Palermo via Fassaroe.
Route 84 also passes through Bray operating from Newcastle via Greystones and Bray to UCD Belfield.
Also, the 45 and 45a serve Bray. The 45 operates between Merrion Square and Oldcourt while the 45a serves Ballywaltrim and Dun Laoghaire.

Sunday, February 13, 2011

Week commencing: Sunday 13th February 2011:

Week commencing: Sunday 13th February 2011:

This week we traveled out to Dublin Airport to get a photo of the new Aer Lingus / T2 ad on the side of a bus at the Airport... and success!
Summerhill's AV422 is seen here on the Atrium Road operating a 41 from Lower Abbey Street via Dublin Airport to Swords Manor.
The new ad campaign for Aer Lingus' move to T2 is currently being carried on many Dublin Bus T-side ad frames as well as many other advertising formats across the city.

Sunday, February 6, 2011

Week commencing: Sunday 6th February 2011:

Week commencing: Sunday 6th Fenruary 2011:

From today, Sunday 6th February 2011, a new timetable comes into operation on Route 63. Since the Network Direct changes on the N11 Stillorgan Road corridoor, the 63 was taken out of the city centre and has operated from Dun Laoghiare, where AV263 is pictured...
Via Deansgrange and Carrickmines... WV41 waits to turn off the Clonkeen Road onto Kill Lane.
To Kilternan... where AV150 sits awaiting depature back to Dun Laoghaire
The new timetable gives the service more running time, sees daytime departures denoted as serving Carrickmines Retail Park and also restores the twice day service via Foxrock Village that the 63 used offer pre Network Direct. For more details, click here.

Also, from today Dublin Bus adult cash fares have been increased... For full details see the picture of the poster below, or click here.