Dublin Bus applies for extra services along former Circle Line routes

Dublin Bus has applied to the Department of Transport to run new services from Celbridge and Lucan, on routes previously operated by private bus firm Circle Line.

5th July, 2008

Dublin Bus has applied to the Department of Transport to run new services from Celbridge and Lucan, on routes previously operated by private bus firm Circle Line.

Circle Line went into voluntary liquidation on June 20 and has accused Dublin Bus of saturating the routes with buses to put it out of business. Paul Morton, owner of Circle Line, said he was not surprised by Dublin Bus’s application for services on its former routes.

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