Dublin Bus Route 46A

Dublin Bus Route 46A

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Dublin Bus Route 46A is a bus route in Dublin, Ireland, that runs from Phoenix Park, in Dublin city centre, to Mallin Station in Dun Laoghaire. It is operated by Dublin Bus (and previously, by Coras Iompair Éireann Dublin City Services).


It runs on the Stillorgan Quality Bus Corridor, via O'Connell Street, D'Olier Street, Nassau Street, St Stephen's Green, Leeson Street, and after exiting the city centre proper passes through the south Dublin suburbs of Donnybrook, Stillorgan. and Foxrock, utillising the N11 road for a large portion of its journey. Dublin Bus states that the journey time should be 80–85 minutes, though this can vary widely depending on traffic volumes.

Although Dublin Bus' route numbering system might suggest that this route is a variant of a Dublin Bus Route 46, the 46A has long been the more important route. Since the introduction of the Stillorgan QBC in August 1999 the 46A has had a frequency of buses on average every 4 minutes or less during peak hours and approximately every 8 minutes off-peak. . The success of the 46A led to the Route 46 being ended in October 2004 .

The 46A is the busiest bus route in Dublin or Ireland.

The route was branded as a CitySwift route in the mid-1990s, and, following the August 1999 launch of the QBC, began carrying Super CitySwift sector branding and Stillorgan Flyer sub-branding, in an attempt by Dublin bus to promote the QBC routes. This included the provision of on-board route maps. However the route's...
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