Derry to Dublin bus changes for swifter journeys

Translink has announced changes to its X4 Goldliner Derry to Dublin service in an effort to make journeys quicker.

Another change will see some Dublin buses departing from the North West Transport Hub at the train station in the Waterside. A spokesperson said: “Translink has announced that from Thursday, September 1, the X4 Derry~Londonderry to Dublin Airport and Dublin City Centre service will return to a ‘pick-up only’ service at stops along the route. “Passengers travelling to Derry~Londonderry on the X4 from Dublin City Centre or Dublin Airport are also advised that the intermediate stops in Northern Ireland will be ‘set-down’ only.

“This change will optimise journey times for passengers using this important cross-border service. For added convenience, passengers can now also board the X4 at the North-West Transport Hub. Passengers for intermediate journeys can use the Ulsterbus service 80, service 72 and Goldliner service 212.”

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