Bus Éireann, in conjunction with the National Transport Authority (NTA) are introducing major enhancements in Cork with the introduction of a brand new Route 225 and an enhanced Route 216 service, from this Sunday, November 03rd.
These enhancements will be of major benefit to those travelling to and from Cork Airport and for those living in the towns of Haulbowline, Ringaskiddy and Carrigaline in particular.
The new service will operate each day from 0400 until 0030, with the main benefits of the new service including:
Brand new route offering a high frequency service to and from Cork Airport
- Up to 40 departures every day in each direction
- Services operating every 30 minutes throughout the day
- Increased connectivity between Carrigaline and Ringaskiddy
- Ballygarvan added to the Public Transport Network
- Low entry, fully accessible vehicles
The new Route 225 service, which is creating an additional 33 jobs in Cork will provide up to 40 departures every day connecting the towns of Haulbowline, Ringaskiddy and Carrigaline to Cork Airport.
Bus Éireann, again in conjunction with the National Transport Authority, are pleased to also announce an enhanced bus service for our customers on Route 216 (Cork University Hospital – City Centre – Mount Oval) on the 03rd November. This enhanced network will see:
- Extension of Route 216 to Passage West and Monkstown
- Combined with Route 223 will provide three services per hour to / from Cork city
- Extended hours of operation
We are delighted to be introducing a brand new service and our communications campaign for these enhancements begins this week, can you please share with all your members.
All details regarding the Route 225 and Route 216 service enhancements can be found here: www.buseireann.ie/Route225