What number Bus goes to Santry?

Which Bus lines stop near Santry? These Bus lines stop near Santry: 16, 17A, 41, 41C.

What Dublin is Santry?

Santry is on the northside of Dublin in Fingal County Council approximately 9km north of Dublin city centre. Nearby areas include Coolock, Glasnevin and Ballymun. Santry has dramatically changed over the last number of years with new houses, a shopping centre, industrial parks and sports grounds.

What buses go through Terenure?

Which Bus lines stop near Terenure? These Bus lines stop near Terenure: 15, 15A, 16, 16D, 17, 49, 65B.

What number Bus goes to Drumcondra?

These Bus lines stop near Drumcondra: 1, 11, 16, 33.

Can you pay with card on Dublin Bus?

Dublin Bus customers may be able to pay for their journeys using their contactless bank cards, smartphones, smart watches and QR codes by next year. The National Transport Authority has launched a tendering process for the system and depending on the results of that process, it could be in place by late 2023.

Is Santry a nice place to live?

Santry is a pretty good little spot. There are lots of amenities, some ok schools and good transport links. The Whitehall side is nice and has some great sized houses. The side closer to Omni park shopping centre is ok too…

Is Santry north or south Dublin?

Santry (Irish: Seantrabh, meaning ‘Old tribe’) is a suburb on the northside of Dublin, Ireland, bordering Coolock, Glasnevin, Kilmore and Ballymun. It straddles the boundary of Dublin City Council and Fingal County Council jurisdictions.

How do you get from Terenure to city Centre?

Dublin Bus operates a bus from South Richmond St, stop 1016 to Terenure College, stop 1124 every 10 minutes. Tickets cost €2 – €3 and the journey takes 11 min. Nitelink also services this route 6 times a week.

How far is Terenure from city Centre?

The distance between Dublin Connolly and Terenure is 5 km.

Where in Dublin is Drumcondra?

Drumcondra is in Dublin 9 on the northside of the city (approx 4km). Drumcondra is one of the main arterial routes linking the city centre to Dublin Airport and the M1 Belfast Road. Predominantly residential it is home to a mixture of young professionals, students and a settled population.

How do I get to Drumcondra from city Centre?

Train or bus from O’Connell Street to Drumcondra? The best way to get from O’Connell Street to Drumcondra is to line 16 bus which takes 14 min and costs €2 – €3. Alternatively, you can train, which costs €5 – €7 and takes 16 min.