A NEW express transport link has just started between the hearts of Dublin and Belfast, with 16 daily services in each direction on offer.
With March marking Dublin Coach’s tenth anniversary, the transport firm has rolled out a direct two-hour service, with no stops, departing from Custom House Quay and whisking passengers directly to Glengall St in Belfast in less than two hours.
Aoife Dunphy, marketing manager for the Dublin Coach Group, said: “Dublin Coach are delighted to provide a direct service with no stops for our new M1 express service, as we received much needed feedback from our loyal customer following. We are really excited to add Belfast to our ever-expanding nationwide network.”
Fares for the Dublin Coach M1 express service will be €10 or £8 one way, with both currencies accepted at each of the stops; two children u-12 travel free with every paying adult.
Dublin Coach can be easily recognised by its distinctive green livery, with new Mercedes coaches operating the route with increased leg room, reclining leather seats, free wi-fi and a toilet on board.
See www.dublincoach.ie or call 01 465 9972.