Wexford Bus is at all times following the public health advice issued by the authorities in relation to the coronavirus (COVID-19). As a public transport provider we intend to continue offering this service to the essential workers that must travel during this time.
Intending passengers are asked to heed the travel restrictions implemented on Friday March 27th and to stay at home apart from the circumstances listed by the Department of Health and Department of the Taoiseach see here. If travelling please continue to respect our incredible drivers and your fellow passengers while doing so by following the public health advice issued by the authorities, and reading the information below before travel.
Please note we are operating a revised schedule across our services so please check these before making arrangements.
Can I travel with Wexford Bus?
Wexford bus is operating a reduced schedule across our network as outlined below. We are continuing to operate core services to ensure all those that essential workers that rely on public transport can travel. However, intending passengers are asked to heed the travel restrictions implemented on Friday March 27th and to stay at home apart from the circumstances listed by the Department of Health and Department of the Taoiseach. Please also continue to follow the public health guidelines as issued by the authorities.
Route 740 (Wexford to Dublin City & Airport): Amended schedule will commence on Sunday 22/03/20 see here
Route 740A (Wicklow to Dublin City & Airport): Amended schedule will commence on Sunday 22/03/20 see here
Route 340 (Wexford to Waterford): Amended schedule will commence on Sunday 22/03/20 see here
Route 376 (Wexford to Carlow) has been suspended until further notice.
Wexford Bus Connect Bridge Loop: the evening services on Fridays and Saturdays from 18.50 to 20.50 have been suspended until further notice.
Wexford Bus Connect WX2 Clonard Loop will operate hourly from 08:20 to 18.20 Monday to Saturday. see amended schedule here
How Can Customers Help?
- Only travel if necessary and heed the travel restrictions as outlined by the authorities on Friday March 27th.
- To reduce cash handling, please book in advance by clicking here or use your Leap Card or Free Travel Pass. If you must use cash please have exact change.
- If travelling on Wexford Bus Connect services (all local services) and using cash, the exact fare must be put in the new coin drop facilities. The driver will have no change.
- If using a Leap Card or Free Travel pass please present this directly to the ticket machine as shown by the driver.
- We have reduced capacity on all coaches to allow at least 2 seats per passenger. Please respect your fellow passengers and drivers and give each other as much space as possible.
- If you need to cough or sneeze please do so into your elbow and if possible clean your hands afterwards with hand sanitiser.
- Kindly avoid leaving any tissues or other items behind you.
What actions has Wexford Bus Taken?
- We are monitoring the public health advice issued by the authorities in relation to the coronavirus.
- The capacity has been reduced by 50% on all coaches to allow at least 2 seats per passenger.
- Wexford Bus is cleaning and disinfecting all buses and coaches after each service paying particular attention to frequently touched surfaces.
- Customers are asked to keep the first row free.
What happens if I decide not to travel?
If you decide not to travel, we can extend your ticket up to the end of the year (until you know your new travel date). Please email [email protected] with your Booking ID and the name on the ticket at least 24 hours before you are due to travel and we will change this for you. There is no charge for this.
What happens if the service I was booked to travel on is not operating?
If the service you are booked to travel on is not operating due to alterations in the schedule you will be contacted directly by one of our team who will assist you in changing your booking.
Thank you for your continued support and understanding and please stay safe during this difficult time.
Please continue to check in with us for updates as this situation evolves.
Advice from the HSE
This advice from the HSE can also be downloaded here.
Notice correct 28th March 2020