Time to call halt to Bus Service chaos and review new routes
Dublin 15 Labour Party Councillor Patrick Nulty has stated that Dublin Bus “must undertake an immediate review of changes that have been made to bus roots and schedules in Dublin 15 as the new system has fundamental flaws”.
“I realise when changes happen there can be teething problems but I’m afraid the problems with the new roots have more fundamental flaws which need to be reviewed and sorted out as soon as possible”
“In particular serious difficulties have emerged with the 38 service where people in Mulhuddart and Corduff have been waiting up to half an hour for a bus in the morning”.
“The number of 39 buses passing through Blanchardstown village is also not sufficient”.
“Coming out of the city centre the bus is packed by the time it reaches O’Connell St. due to the extended route. This means that their is standing room only for people heading to Mulhuddart and Corduff”.
“The abolition of the 10 bus has also had serious side effects for Dublin 15 commuters as people in Cabra heading to the city centre or UCD are being forced onto the 38 or 39 as well”.
“I use the bus every day to commute to and from the city centre so I know from experience the problems people in Blanchardstown, Corduff and Mulhuddart are facing with the route changes. I have asked Dublin Bus to review what is going on and I hope they will listen to reason”.
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