Trampas Registered User
#1

Can people tell me the pick up points from Luas stop at Connolly to Newlands cross that you can pick up the bus from please?

#2

Hapenny Bridge and Heuston Station. Possibly George's Quay too, but I've had 126's pass me there before.

Trampas Registered User
#3

Thanks.

Wasn't sure about Heuston station.

Doesn't say on the website

Vic_08 Registered User
#4

Connolly (or Busaras from 9pm) Georges Quay, Hapenny Bridge, Heuston, Inchicore, Kylemore Rd (opposite Luas), Red Cow, Newlands Cross.


For all stops, Georges Quay in particular you need to give a clear signal. We won't pull in for people standing passively at bus stops around Dublin as several routes use oll of these stops.

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davidm20 Registered User
#5

Not Buseireann but http://www.dublincoach.ie/ from Red cow Luas stop. I take it regularily, comes off M7 at the ball in Naas & is only 5 eurios

whowantstwoknow Registered User
#6

thats also a great coach for getting to the airport (provided the times work out). You also dont pay for kids. So €20 for a family with small kids isnt bad.

M.

G_R Mod
#7

+1 for the dublin coach. They are usually fairly on time too

redmeanie77 Registered User
#8

Can someone please tell me, what stop on the 126 do i need to get off to get to Naas general hospital? And how far away the hospital isfromthat stop?

I have found no help on Bus eireann website.


Thanks in advance.

foggy_lad Banned
#9

I could be wrong but i think the stop closest to the hospital is at the post office. Does the 126 turn right at the top of the town for newbridge/kildare direction?

HonalD Registered User
#10

redmeanie77 said:
Can someone please tell me, what stop on the 126 do i need to get off to get to Naas general hospital? And how far away the hospital isfromthat stop?

I have found no help on Bus eireann website.


Thanks in advance.


Stop opposite Post Office is the one, ask the driver to be sure, to be sure. when you get off the bus, turn right and head away from the Main Street and after passing EuroSpar, turn left and the hospital is in view - continue down this road but turn left before the lake and you cannot miss it!

mambo Registered User
#11

The timetable at http://www.buseireann.ie/pdf/1274694471-126.pdf says that most services to Dublin stop & terminate at Docklands station, but presumably they let passengers off somewhere closer to the city centre as well?

lynchie Registered User
#12

Yeah, you can get off on Bachelors walk. Think there is a stop on Upper Ormond Quay too, I remember getting off it there before.

Weyhey Registered User
#13

Going from Dublin City Centre can you get off at stops along the way or only at stops in Kildare e.g. can I get off at Crumlin on the 17.40 from Stephens Green or get off at Inchicore for the routes going via Heuston?

lxflyer Registered User
#14

Weyhey said:
Going from Dublin City Centre can you get off at stops along the way or only at stops in Kildare e.g. can I get off at Crumlin on the 17.40 from Stephens Green or get off at Inchicore for the routes going via Heuston?


No - you cannot get off until you leave the area served by Dublin Bus services. So beyond Rathcoole is basically from where you can get off.

Weyhey Registered User
#15

lxflyer said:
No - you cannot get off until you leave the area served by Dublin Bus services. So beyond Rathcoole is basically from where you can get off.



Thanks for that lxflyer. I take it you can get off any where along the route in the other direction e.g get off at Crumlin or Inchicore when leaving Kildare because Dublin Bus don't offer this service?

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