Bus Éireann is pleased to announce the addition of two new stops on Route 109/109a/109b services in Dunshaughlin, County Meath. These routes, operated by Bus Éireann under contract to the National Transport Authority (NTA) will run seven days a week, providing greater connectivity to growing communities in the north and south of Dunshaughlin.
The two new bus stops, at Grange Hill and the Willows, will both be served on Route 109 and 109b services, with the Grange Hall stop also being served on Route 109a. Services to both new bus stops will commence this Sunday, 26 June.
Bus Éireann Route 109/109a/109b services provide daily connectivity between Dublin and County Meath, serving communities in Dunshaughlin, Kells, Navan, Ashbourne and Trim. These routes are part of the Transport for Ireland (TFI) network. Customers are advised to check the updated timetables for these services on the Bus Éireann website www.buseireann.ie