Public transport fares have been reduced by an average of 20% across Transport for Ireland bus, train and tram services.
The TFI 90-Minute Fare in the Greater Dublin Area is just €2.00 for adults, €1.00 for young adults (19-23) and students in full-time third level education or professional training and €0.65 for children when using a TFI Leap Card. The TFI 90-Minute Fare applies to most journeys made in the Dublin area on Dublin City Bus services (operated by Dublin Bus and Go-Ahead Ireland), Luas and most DART, commuter rail (zones 1 to 4 in the Short Hop Zone).
You can travel around regional cities including Cork, Galway, Limerick and Waterford for only €1.35 (down from €1.68) for adults and €0.65 (down from €0.80) for children using a TFI Leap Card.
Offering 50% off fares the new Young Adult Leap Card is now available to all those aged 19 – 23. The Student Leap Card is still available to students in full-time third level education or training.
Transport for Ireland (TFI) is delighted to announce that fares on all 13 Nitelink Bus services across Dublin are being reduced from Friday September 2nd, 2022.
Demand for late-night transport is increasing as the night-time economy grows post- Covid, and TFI is making it easier for people to get home affordably by significantly reducing what they have to pay now on their Nitelink.
Leap fares are being reduced by 33% while cash fares are being reduced by an even bigger margin at 43%.
|Student/Young Adult (19-23):
Thirteen Nitelink services depart from Dublin City Centre every Friday and Saturday evening. This is on top of eight 24-hour bus services which run throughout the week with many more planned to be introduced as the BusConnects network rolls out.