Core Bus Corridor Project

 

The focus of the BusConnects Dublin Core Bus Corridor project is the delivery of the core bus network, the bus lanes that are needed to make the bus system operate efficiently, reliably and punctually. Our intention is to develop these bus corridors so that each will have continuous bus priority – in other words, a continuous bus lane in each direction, along with segregated cycle lanes where practicable.

The information below is an update on the infrastructure aspects of the BusConnects Dublin project, which is the building of this core bus corridor network. This consists of 16 Radial Core Bus Corridors, which will be supplemented at a later stage with a network of orbital corridors.

Download the PDF report here: Bus Connects Dublin Bus Corridor Project June 2018

View an example of Journey Time Savings


Map Overview
1. Clongriffin to City Centre
2. Swords to City Centre
3. Ballymun to City Centre
4. Finglas to Phibsborough
5. Blanchardstown to City Centre
6. Lucan to City Centre
7. Liffey Valley to City Centre
8. Clondalkin to Drimnagh
9. Greenhills to City Centre
10. Kimmage to City Centre
11. Tallaght to Terenure
12. Rathfarnham to City Centre
13. Bray to City Centre
14. UCD Ballsbridge to City Centre
15. Blackrock to Merrion
16. Ringsend to City Centre
Map Overview
1. Clongriffin to City Centre
2. Swords to City Centre
3. Ballymun to City Centre
4. Finglas to Phibsborough
5. Blanchardstown to City Centre
6. Lucan to City Centre
7. Liffey Valley to City Centre
8. Clondalkin to Drimnagh
9. Greenhills to City Centre
10. Kimmage to City Centre
11. Tallaght to Terenure
12. Rathfarnham to City Centre
13. Bray to City Centre
14. UCD Ballsbridge to City Centre
15. Blackrock to Merrion
16. Ringsend to City Centre