Go Ahead makes €18 million on Dublin bus routes in first year
Company faces criticism from National Transport Authority over service on some routes
Private bus operator Go Ahead generated revenues of just over €18 million during its first year of operating bus routes in Dublin. The British company said the Irish operators made a small contribution to its overall operating profits during its financial year, which ended on June 29.
“In Ireland, the first of our two contracts, which operates 24 routes, began in September 2018 and made a small positive contribution to operating profitability in the year.
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