Go-Ahead Ireland Routes 111, 184 and 185 (commenced October 21st 2018)

09.10.18

111

  • Route remains unchanged
  • Earlier trips are scheduled from Monday to Saturday on the 111 route from Dun Laoghaire to Brides Glen. This will allow for better connections to the Luas green line
  • On Sundays there will be an increased hourly frequency. The first journey from Brides Glen will commence at 09.33 and finish at 23.33
  • Departure times between Dun Laoghaire and Dalkey (in both directions) have been coordinated with Route 59 where possible to offer more evenly spaced departures along this route

 

184

  • To cater for additional passenger demand, the NTA has approved Go-Ahead Ireland to operate a double deck bus on Route 184 at school start and end times with immediate effect.
  • The Timetable for Route 184 has been designed to connect with revised DART services at Greystones to and from Newtownmountkennedy

 


The first and last journeys are broadly similar but with the following amendments:

  • Monday – Friday service has increased frequency to every 30 minutes
  • Services on Saturdays and Sundays have increased frequency to every 30 minutes (this is compared to current service of every hour on Saturdays and 2 hours on Sundays)

 

185

  • Significant improvements have been made to make the Route 185 timetable easier to understand
  • Earlier journeys will commence every Sunday morning, apart from this first and last journey times are similar to the current service
  • There will be departures every 30 minutes from Bray DART station to Palermo Estate – every hour one of these services will continue to Powerscourt via Enniskerry