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Dublin buses cancel Nitelink buses indefinitely from Thursday

DUBLIN BUS HAS has canceled its Nitelink buses indefinitely starting Thursday.

Nitelink services, which were scheduled to run downtown over Christmas and New Years, have been suspended from December 23.

« We would like to inform customers that Nitelink services will not operate from Thursday, December 23, 2021, until further notice, » Dublin Bus said in a statement.

Last week, Dublin Bus published a schedule of Nitelink services’ opening hours over Christmas.

The buses were scheduled to run fully on Thursday 16, Friday 17, Saturday 18, Thursday 23 and Thursday 30 December as well as New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Eve.

In previous years before Covid-19, Nitelink was often expanded during Christmas and New Years from early December to provide transportation from the city center during the night.

At the start of the pandemic in March 2020, Dublin Bus suspended Nitelink service, although three other routes were operating 24/7 on the normal schedule.

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netlink buses back in october Next to the reopening of nightclubs and late bars.

Now, the downtown hospitality industry, which usually sees its busiest period at this time of year, is expecting a quiet Christmas due to the current set of Covid-19 restrictions.

Bars and restaurants It should close at 8 pm Whereas indoor cultural and sporting events, such as concerts or movie theaters, must be limited to 50% of 1,000 people, whichever is less.

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The measures went into effect yesterday as part of efforts to limit the spread of the Omicron variant.