Eoin Banahan writes:
This morning on the M1 heading south. New rolling stock!
Name that model anyone?
I’ve seen it all now – I’m on the [Dublin Bus] 14 during the work home rush and the girl in front of me has her cigarette box & lighter in the seat to prevent anyone sitting beside her #areyouforcheryllynnreal
This morning on the 77a, rocking this free world from Citywest to the Barn.
Seats are not for feet, still.
Thanks Anne-Marie Sexton
Derek Mooney tweetz:
Alas, poor Joanie – ‘Not in service’ Unfortunate positioning there.
New Dublin Bus fares, starting tomorrow
“Cash fares for many Iarnród Éireann, Luas, Dublin Bus and Bus Éireann services will increase from tomorrow.”
“Minister for Transport Paschal Donohoe said that level of the increases was “significantly less” than previous increases.”
““As Irish Rail, Bus Éireann and Dublin Bus begin to get back on their feet again, because of more people using their services and because of additional investment from the Government, I am expecting that those sort of price increases that we saw in previous years are not repeated,” Mr Donohoe said.”
Previously: Pulling Out All The Stops
Pic: Dublin Bus
‘Peter’ from Dublin Bus ‘central control’.
That’s what 7,300 trips a day looks like.
You may recall the assault on a man and a woman on the Number 40 bus near Old Kilmainham village, Dublin 8, in July of last year – the latter stages of which were filmed (above).
They found the guy.
And this happened.
The Irish Independent reports:
“A Dublin man who carried out a prolonged violent attack on two people in a row over a seat on a bus has received a three-year suspended sentence. [Peter] Harte of Kildonan Road, Finglas, pleaded guilty at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court to assault causing harm to Pedro Mendez [from Portugal] and Gabriella Leon [from Mexico] at Old Kilmainham Road, Dublin on July 24, 2014.”
“Judge Desmond Hogan said Harte must carry out 240 hours voluntary work in the community as part of the suspended sentence and finish up participation with the Restorative Justice Programme. He also said Harte must also undergo drug, alcohol and anger management programmes if deemed suitable and ordered that the €1,500 he had raised as a token of remorse be passed on to the victims.”
“…He grabbed Mr Mendez’s long hair and got him into a headlock and whispered into his ear: “I’m going to kill you”. The victim pleaded with him, saying “Just let me go, I will get off the bus”.
“Ms Leon described Harte’s attack as being like a boxer in a fight. She called gardaí on her phone but Harte continued the attack. Ms Leon began recording the attack on her phone and when Harte saw her doing this he swung at her, knocking the phone away. He punched her face with a closed fist and continued punching her to the back of her head when she turned away from him to protect herself.”
Previously: Who Is He?