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17-01-2016, 16:06   #1
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Sallins Naas Feeder Bus

Anyone know where I'd find information about this? Irish Rail's information page for the station makes no mention of it.
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17-01-2016, 16:29   #2
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This link.

http://www.irishrail.ie/media/16_heu...ise_280915.pdf
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Darn, not much good to me, need to be in Naas for 8pm and return around 10pm.
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Darn, not much good to me, need to be in Naas for 8pm and return around 10pm.
Luas to Red Cow and Dublin Coach to Naas?
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Luas to Red Cow and Dublin Coach to Naas?
Travelling from Hazelhatch.
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Darn, not much good to me, need to be in Naas for 8pm and return around 10pm.
The only decent way I can think of sadly is bus eireann or JJ kavanagh from heuston
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Travelling from Hazelhatch.
Depending on where you are going in Naas, you could walk on your outbound stretch and take a taxi back to Sallins station?
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Lawlor's Hotel. I think I'll just drive. The idea of a 10 minute train journey was appealing!
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Lawlor's Hotel. I think I'll just drive. The idea of a 10 minute train journey was appealing!
You'll be quicker driving. Since the train service began, the feeder bus hasn't changed apart from the bus getting smaller.
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Probably be cheaper driving too.
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Darn, not much good to me, need to be in Naas for 8pm and return around 10pm.
There is a townlink service operated by JJ Kavanaghs between Clane and Naas that stops in Sallins outside the "Arrow" station.

http://jjkavanagh.ie/wp-content/uplo...lins-Clane.pdf

Might not be any use as the first bus gets into Naas post office at 8.04am but it is often faster or slower than the timetable.
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There is a townlink service operated by JJ Kavanaghs between Clane and Naas that stops in Sallins outside the "Arrow" station.

http://jjkavanagh.ie/wp-content/uplo...lins-Clane.pdf

Might not be any use as the first bus gets into Naas post office at 8.04am but it is often faster or slower than the timetable.
OP was looking at the pm not am.
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Hi all,
I checked the feeder bus timetable (16_dublin-portlaoise_valind_from_20112016.pdf) to find out the time each arrives at the Sallins&Naas rail station, but it is a bit tricky to understand.
I live near the Monread Park and I know the feeder bus passes on that middle (unnamed road on Google Maps) linking Morell area.
Anyone knows around what time I could get on the feeder bus at this "unnamed road" in time to arrive at the station by 7am every workday?
Thanks a lot!

PS. By the way, anyone knows that road name?
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the bus goes through about 6:30am , train leaves for Dublin at 6:50
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Hi all,
I checked the feeder bus timetable (16_dublin-portlaoise_valind_from_20112016.pdf) to find out the time each arrives at the Sallins&Naas rail station, but it is a bit tricky to understand.
I live near the Monread Park and I know the feeder bus passes on that middle (unnamed road on Google Maps) linking Morell area.
Anyone knows around what time I could get on the feeder bus at this "unnamed road" in time to arrive at the station by 7am every workday?
Thanks a lot!

PS. By the way, anyone knows that road name?
Last time I checked the feeder buses for Sallins and Hazelhatch weren’t on the NTA timetable. Any reason why?
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