Are citylink buses running?

Are citylink buses running?

Are Citylink services operating? Citylink services are operating as per our timetables. Click here to view our current timetables. Please note face masks are mandatory for the FULL DURATION of your journey and passengers have a social responsibility to wear one.

Are buses running from Dublin to Galway?

Is there a direct bus between Dublin and Galway? Yes, there is a direct bus departing from Temple Bar, Crampton Quay and arriving at Galway Coach Station station. Services depart every 30 minutes, and operate every day. The journey takes approximately 2h 30m.

How much is a bus from Galway to Dublin?

Bus Dublin Galway summary

Bus ticket from 14.44€
Maximum coach ticket price 42€
Average bus trip duration 2h25m
Bus companies CityLink, Irish Citylink, BusEireann,, BlaBlaCar
Distance 185 km

Is there a direct bus from Galway to Dublin?

Yes, there is a direct bus departing from Galway Coach Station station and arriving at Dublin. Services depart hourly, and operate every day. The journey takes approximately 2h 30m.

Is there a toilet on CityLink buses?

A: Yes. There are toilet facilities on all our services.

How do I book CityLink?

Online at This option guarantees your seat. Standby tickets can be purchased directly from the coach driver by paying cash or card. By telephone on 091 564164 between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. Monday – Saturday and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sundays and Bank Holidays.

Does CityLink accept leap?

You can save up to 32% across all public transport operators, all year round with your Student Leap Card. See our Travel Discounts for full details. Discounts are also available on journeys with Wexford Bus, Swords Express, Matthews Coaches and Citylink Galway.

What is the best way to get from Dublin to Galway?

The fastest way to travel from Dublin to Galway is by bus, as it takes only two and a half hours to make this journey. Both Gobus and Citilink offer a direct travel connection between Dublin in the east and Galway in the west of Ireland.

Who owns GoBus Ireland?

Jim Burke
Established in Galway in 2009, GoBus is locally owned and operated by Jim Burke and his family. Jim, a former EY Entrepreneur of the Year finalist, is joined by his sons Dara in the role of Transport Manager and Donal as Fleet Engineer.

Does Citylink accept leap?

Do Citylink allow dogs?

The pet carrier must be secured on the floor area of the coach beneath the passenger’s feet. Under no circumstances will a pet carrier be allowed on the seats of a vehicle.

Can I get an earlier bus Citylink?

Q: Can I change the time/date on my booked ticket? You can amend a ticket up to three hours in advance of the date and time you are booked to travel. Please see the ‘Manage my Booking’ section at the top right of the Citylink website and enter your seven digit booking reference number.