More bus stop icons will appear as you zoom in. Once bus route information appears on a bus stop icon, you can click on the Real Time link at the bottom. You can also use the normal pan and zoom controls at the top left hand side of the map to locate bus stops in your chosen area. Did you mean one of the following?
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More bus stop icons will appear as you zoom in. Once bus route information appears on a bus stop icon, you can click on the Real Time link at the bottom. You can also use the normal pan and zoom controls at the top left hand side of the map to locate bus stops in your chosen area. Did you mean one of the following? Passenger Type Adult All passengers over the age of 15 who are not eligible for a discounted fare must purchase an Adult Ticket. Child Child tickets are valid for children under the age of One child under the age of 4 will be carried free if accompanied by and in the charge of a fare-paying passenger, provided that the child does not occupy a seat to the exclusion of another passenger.
Where doubt exists as to the eligibility of a child for a reduced fare, it is the responsibility of the passenger claiming the child fare to produce evidence of age. Student Student Tickets are issued at discounted fares on production of current International Student Identity Card ISIC , or a valid Student Identity Card issued by a recognised third-level college in the Republic of Ireland, but otherwise have the same conditions of validity as ordinary Return Tickets.
Ticket Type Return Tickets are valid for one outward journey on date of departure and for one return journey based on the ticket type selected. For example a Weekly Ticket issued on Tuesday is valid up to and including the following Monday. Family Return Tickets are issued to family groups consisting of one or two adults and up to a maximum of three children under sixteen years of age.
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