Congestion hits Dublin Bus

The cost of traffic congestion to Dublin Bus rose by 20 per cent in 2005 to €60.05 million from €49.36 million in 2003.

31st December, 2005

The cost of traffic congestion to Dublin Bus rose by 20 per cent in 2005 to €60.05 million from €49.36 million in 2003.

Revenues at Dublin Bus were set to grow to almost €182 million in 2005, leaving a surplus of €2 million, according to projected end-of-year figures for the state-owned company.

The number of customers using Dublin Bus rose to 149 million in 2005, an increase on the 2004 figure, despite significant investment in Luas.

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