- 1 Do buses in Dublin take cash?
- 2 Is public transport expensive in Dublin?
- 3 Can you use card on Dublin Bus?
- 4 Can you still pay cash on the bus?
- 5 Can I pay with debit card on bus?
- 6 How do you use the bus in Dublin?
- 7 What is a stage on Dublin bus?
- 8 Is Dublin public transport good?
- 9 What age can children travel for free?
- 10 Is bus Eireann cheaper online?
- 11 Do bus drivers give change?
Do buses in Dublin take cash?
Dublin Bus fares and tickets Paying with cash: An exact fare system is operated by Dublin Bus and only coins (not notes) are accepted. No change is given. Leap Cards: Leap Cards can be used on all Dublin Bus services, including Airlink, Xpresso and Nitelink. They can also hold prepaid tickets.
Is public transport expensive in Dublin?
Dublin has the second highest transport costs in the world, according to a global survey of 55 major cities. The average cost of a monthly public transport ticket in Dublin is €114.95, the Deutsche Bank research of 55 global cities suggests.
Can you use card on Dublin Bus?
Bus Éireann, Irish Rail, Go Ahead, Dublin Bus and Luas all accept Leap Cards on some or all of their services. They can also be used on commuter and rural bus services within the TFI public transport network.
Can you still pay cash on the bus?
Will you still let customers pay by cash on your buses? Customers will still be able to pay with cash for their fare, but they will need to have the exact fare ready for their journey as our drivers won’t be able to issue change.
Can I pay with debit card on bus?
Look for the contactless symbol on your credit or debit card to see if your card is contactless enabled. Then, board a bus with the contactless symbol and instead of paying with cash, simply tap your card or contactless-enabled device onto the reader and wait for the beep.
How do you use the bus in Dublin?
Taking the Bus in Dublin, Ireland
- Get a Bus Map.
- Get the Relevant Timetables.
- Consider a Leap Card.
- Identify the Stops.
- Check the Side of the Road.
- Queue or Earn Withering Glances.
- Look for Your Bus.
- Make Sure It Is the Right Route.
What is a stage on Dublin bus?
If a route has 50 stops, roughly every five stops would be a stage. The numbers vary depending on the route. You fare is calculated from whatever stage your embarking stop is in to whichever stage your alighting stop is in.
Is Dublin public transport good?
Dublin has an extensive bus network but only a few rail and tram lines. The buses can be slow and unreliable due to the city’s traffic but for many destinations outside the city centre (including the airport) they are the only public transport option.
What age can children travel for free?
Children aged 11 to 15 years old can get free or discounted travel with a Zip Oyster Photocard, or a Young Visitor discount. Sixteen and 17-year-olds pay half the adult rate on Tube, DLR and London Overground journeys with a 16+ Oyster photocard.
Is bus Eireann cheaper online?
In case you are getting the train with Irish Rail /Iarnrod Eireann it is often far cheaper to book in advance online.
Do bus drivers give change?
No in most cases, our drivers should be able to provide change however, they might have to offer a voucher if they don’t have enough change when you get on. You can now pay contactless on most Stagecoach buses.