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Bus Connects

First phase of new Bus Connects Network to launch
The new network has been designed to improve the existing Transport for Ireland (TFI) Network. This means buses will be more frequent, there’ll be additional routes, and your bus number and timetable will change. The new network will be rolled out in phases over the coming years, starting with bus services in the North-East of Dublin. 

The new H-Spine and Route 6 will replace existing routes 29a, 31, 31a, 31b and 32. 

What are the benefits?
1. Increased capacity and frequency
2. Increased evening and weekend services
3. New sustainable, low emissions bus fleet 
4. New bus stops and shelters
5. New park and ride facilities 
6. 230Km of priority bus lanes to make journeys faster and reliable

For more information visit www.transportforireland.ie or download the Spine H booklet, English version (pdf)Irish version (pdf) or H Spine booklet as a word document.

From 19 July, Public transport will operate at 75% of normal capacity.. As more people return to travelling on Dublin Bus services, we want to ensure your journey is safe and comfortable. Since the onset of Covid-19, we have introduced a number of additional health and safety measures and we will continue to do so for as long as necessary.