Plan your bus journey through our TFI Journey Planner. To access live updates and real time information, use the TFI Live App. Timetables  are accessible through our website.

The TFI Leap Card is a quick and easy way to pay for bus services on applicable routes across the TFI public transport network. TFI Leap Card offers up to 30% cheaper fares than paying single cash fares, plus you can benefit from the TFI 90 Minute Fare and fare capping.

TFI Bus Operators

Bus Eireann

With over 250 routes in operation, Bus Éireann provide public transport services in cities and towns, as well as offering commuter and intercity bus services across the country. Bus Éireann’s Commuter Services serve city centre destinations in Dublin, Cork, Limerick, Galway, Sligo and Waterford, as well as significant business facilities around the country. Their town to town services provide public transport links to rural areas. Bus Éireann routes operate in every region of Ireland and form part of the Transport for Ireland network, which also includes Dublin Bus, Go-Ahead Ireland and TFI Local Link.

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Dublin Bus

With over 136 different routes, Dublin Bus covers a region from Newcastle in County Wicklow to the south, Balbriggan in north County Dublin and Maynooth in County Kildare to the west. The 2,500+ drivers employed by Dublin Bus operate a fleet of 1,010 buses which are all low-floor wheelchair accessible and fully Wi-Fi enabled.

Dublin Bus operates the Nitelink, which offers twelve routes every Friday and Saturday night. This service complements their 24-hour services (including Routes 15, 39a, 41, C1, C2, C5, C6, G1, G2 and the N4) which are in operation seven days a week across ten routes.

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TFI Local Link

TFI Local Link bus services connect communities throughout rural Ireland as part of the TFI Public Transport Network. They form a network of affordable bus services for everyone who wants to travel to or from local towns and villages. There are two different types of Local Link service: Regular Rural Bus Services and Door-to-Door Bus Services.

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Go-Ahead Ireland

Go-Ahead Ireland (GAI) is a public transport provider, running services under contract to the National Transport Authority since September 2018. At present, Go-Ahead Ireland operates 33 routes in total.

The Outer Dublin Metropolitan Area (ODMA) and W-Route services operate from the depot in Ballymount, while the Dublin Commuter (DCOM) services, which consist of five routes, are based in Naas. Accumulated, Go-Ahead Ireland has a fleet of over 225 buses and a team of over 800+ local team members.

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Commercial Bus Operators operating services on behalf of Transport for Ireland

Andrew Wharton Coach Hire – Route 975

Andrew Wharton Coach Hire operate Route 975 on behalf of Transport for Ireland. This route serves Cavan, Crossdoney, Arvagh, Drumlish and Longford. Leap card is available on this service.

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JJ Kavanagh – Route 139

JJ Kavanagh operate Route 139 on behalf of Transport for Ireland. This route serves Naas, Sallins, Clane, Rathcoffey, Maynooth, Leixlip, Ongar and Blanchardstown. Leap card is available on this service.

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Finnegan Bray – Routes 143 and 144

Finnegan Bray operates routes 143 and 144 on behalf on Transport for Ireland. These routes serve Bray, Shankill, Loughlinstown, Ballybrack, Cabinteely, Foxrock and Sandyford.

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City Direct – Kilkenny City Bus services

Kilkenny Bus Services by City Direct on behalf of TFI

City Direct operates two routes in Kilkenny City on behalf of Transport for Ireland.

Route KK1 runs from Loughboy Retail Park to the N77 Rounabout, servicing Upper Patrick Street, McDonagh Junction, and Castlecomer Road.

Route KK2 runs from Purcellsinch to St Lukes Hospital, servicing Dublin Road, Newpark Shopping Centre, McDonagh Station, Nowlan Park, and Loreto.

Both the KK1 and the KK2 routes share a path through the city centre, servicing Parliament Street, Market Yard, and John Street Upper.

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Dublin Network Redesign

For more information on the Dublin Network Redesign, please see here.