Bus Éireann will provide late night services at weekends in the run-up to Christmas from Cork city to Carrigaline, Ballincollig, Blarney, Midleton, Carrigtwohill, Innishannon and Bandon. The services will operate from Cork city centre on Friday 9, Saturday 10, Friday 16 and Saturday 17, Thursday 22 and Friday, 23 December 2016.
The following routes will depart from St. Patrick’s Street at 1am, 2am and 3am.
This year, Route 237 will operate a late night service departing from St. Patrick’s Street at 01.30 and 03.00 to Western Road, Wilton, Bishopstown, Halfway, Innishannon and terminating in Bandon.
Single journey fares are €3 to Glanmire, Glounthaune, Douglas, Bishopstown & Wilton, €5 to Ballincollig, Carrigaline, Carrigtwohill, Blarney, Cloghroe & Halfway, €8 to Midleton & Innishannon and €10 to Bandon.
“Our late nightrider services over the Christmas period are a fantastic way for customers to enjoy the fun and festivities that Cork City has to offer. Customers using these late night services can shop, eat and enjoy all the partying celebrations without the worry and hassle of car parking, fuel costs, and the expense and hassle of organising other means of transport, said Martin Walsh, Bus Éireann, Regional Manager, South.
Customers can purchase Cork City Christmas Nightrider Special tickets on the bus.