Dublin Bus changes to Clontarf and related routes
This Sunday, November 18th, Dublin Bus will be making some changes to some Northside routes.
The bus routes effected are 29a, 31, 31a, 31b, 32, 32a, 32b, 32x, 42 and 43.
The revised timetables for these bus routes are now live on the Dublin Bus website.
The revisions are as follows:
- Route 29a extended via Grange Road and Willie Nolan Road to Baldoyle Village, serving the Red Arches.
- Route 31 & 31a providing a connection from Sutton (Strand Road) to Howth Village and Harbour, seven days a week.
- Route 31 continuing to operate via Howth Harbour and Village to the Summit.
- Timetables for Route 31 and 31a are integrated, providing an improved service to Howth.
- All timetables on the Howth Road QBC integrated giving a five minute service to Raheny Village.
- Route 31b to have a revised timetable.
- Routes 32, 32a & 32b combined and all services to operate as Route 32 from Malahide, via the Coast Road, Baldoyle and the Howth Road QBC to the City Centre (Abbey Street).
- Customers in Abbey Park please note Route 32b to no longer operate. See Route 29a for alternative services.
- Route 32x has a revised timetable and additional stops on the Clontarf Road, improving connections to UCD and East Point Business Park.
- Route 42 to be realigned to significantly improve the frequency of service to Portmarnock, Malahide (The Hill) and Seabury.
- Journeys on Route 42 to operate as follows: Sands Hotel, Wendell Avenue, The Hill, Church Road, Malahide Road, Seabury (Yellow Walls Road, Swords Road), Malahide Road QBC to City Centre (Eden Quay).
- Routes 42 and 43 timetables integrated, improving the service on the Malahide Road.
Links to the timetables on the Dublin Bus website.