16th May 2023


TFI Local Link are delighted to announce that in collaboration with Wexford County Council we will have the beach services back again this summer.

This has been hugely popular with passengers over that last two summers and we are back again this year with an additional service.

This year we will have the ever popular Wexford town to Curracloe beach service, the Kilmuckridge Village to Morriscastle beach shuttle and a new service Gorey town to Ballymoney!

These beach services are the initiative of and funded by Wexford County Council, TFI Local Link Wexford and the National Transport Authority. The aim is to improve access for emergency services at popular Wexford beaches. Less traffic will also reduce the environmental impact to the flora and fauna caused by large volumes of cars in these environmentally sensitive coastal areas.

Timetables and locations for the new services are being finalised and as soon as we have them approved we will have them on our social platforms and advertised in the Wexford People; but we aim to be on target for the go live date and launch on Saturday June 3rd 2023

The three services will be operational every Saturday, Sunday and Public Holiday from June 3rd to September 3rd with an additional daily service operational for two weeks from July 31st to August 11th 2023

Wexford to Curracloe and Gorey to Ballymoney will operate single fares but at a very reduced rate: Adult €2.00, Child / Student €1.00 and a family of 2 adults and 2 children €5.00

The Kilmuckridge Village to Morriscastle beach shuttle is a FREE service.

Hopefully we will get the weather this summer for all to enjoy our wonderful beaches.

Keep posted for the latest updates.

16th March 2023

Bus Schedules for St Patricks Day

All services will operate Sunday times on Public Holiday St Patricks Day Friday 17th March 2023

Please note that during parade times buses may need to divert or be delayed or even cancelled

Route 387 Wexford to Rosslare will operate Sunday times on St Patricks day, Friday 17th March 2023. In addition, services 09:30 & 11:30 from Wexford and 10:30 & 12:30 from Rosslare will be unable to travel from Redmond Square along the Quay as far as Kerlogue Retail Park. Instead the last & first stop will be the hospital and the outer relief road will be used.

Route 384 Wexford to Enniscorthy will operate Sunday times on St Patricks day, Friday 17th March 2023. In addition, services between 2pm and 5:30pm will be unable to stop at Munster Hill, Parnell Road and Weafer Street in Enniscorthy. All other stops will be serviced.

Route 388 CarrigOnBannow to Wexford will operate Sunday times on St Patricks day, Friday 17th March. In addition, the last stop on the 09:30 and 11:30 from Carrig on Bannow will be Belvedere.

Route 368 New Ross to Enniscorthy will operate Sunday times on St Patricks day, Friday 17th March 2023. In addition, the 14:00 from Enniscorthy and the 15:10 from New Ross will be cancelled and the 16:45 service from Enniscorthy can not accommodate Weafer Street, Bellefield Road and The Lyre.

Have a super St Patricks Day!

3dr February 2023

TFI Local Link Wexford launches new service connecting Wexford Town and Enniscorthy

TFI Local Link Wexford is delighted to announce a new bus service connecting Wexford Town and Enniscorthy, which will begin operating from Monday 13th February 2023.

This new route is part of the Connecting Ireland Rural Mobility Plan which is a major national public transport initiative developed and funded by the National Transport Authority (NTA) as part of the Transport for Ireland Network.

Route 384 will operate five return services per day Monday to Saturday and four return services on Sunday. The service will provide improved connectivity around Wexford and Enniscorthy stopping through villages and areas such as Glynn, Killurin, Ballyhogue, Bree, Wilton and Tomnalossett.

The new service will provide improved connectivity to regional bus and rail services from Wexford to Enniscorthy and will facilitate onward travel to South Wexford, Waterford, Carlow, Wicklow and Dublin. The new route will also provide improved access to medical services in St John’s Community Hospital, local libraries, local town bus services and tourist attractions such as the Irish National Heritage Park, Enniscorthy Castle, the historic Athenaeum and the National 1798 Rebellion Centre.

Speaking ahead of the route launch, Mary B O’ Leary, TFI Local Link Wexford Manager said:  “We are delighted to announce TFI Local Link Service 384 which will connect towns and villages from Wexford to Enniscorthy.

The new service will give people the opportunity to get to work, visit family, travel to medical appointments, shop locally, attend leisure activities and take in some of the historic sights Co. Wexford has to offer”.

For more route and timetable information, please call TFI Local Link Wexford on Tel: 0539011828

Email: wexford@locallink.ie or visit www.locallinkwexford.ie or their Facebook, or Twitter pages.

For more information on Connecting Ireland Rural Mobility Plan:


2nd February 2023


What is Leap +1?

Leap +1 is a promotion that allows a paying TFI Leap Card customer to bring one person with them on their trip free of charge on participating services during the first weekend in February 2023.

When is the Leap +1 promotion applicable?

The Leap +1 promotion will be applicable on Ireland’s newest public holiday weekend – Saturday 4th, Sunday 5th and Monday 6th of February 2023.

The promotion commences at 00:01 on Saturday 4th and ends at 23:59 on Monday 6th February 2023.

Which public transport services does it apply on?

Leap +1 applies on publicly funded public transport services where a TFI Leap Card can be used to pay. This includes services operated by:

Dublin Bus;

Go Ahead Ireland;

TFI Local Link

Bus Éireann Services (Excluding Expressway);

Luas; and

Iarnród Éireann Irish Rail network

  • – DART and Commuter Services on the Iarnród Éireann Irish Rail SHZ
  • – Cork Commuter Network
  • – Intercity where a customer has a valid Monthly/Annual ticket on a Leap Card – Excluding travel Cross Border

As well as these other publicly funded routes:

Kilkenny City, Routes KK1 / KK2 operated by City Direct;

Naas – Blanchardstown Route 139 operated by JJ Kavanagh;

Limerick City – Castletroy Route 310 operated by Dublin Coach;

What does a TFI Leap Card customer have to do to avail of the promotion?

Simply present your TFI  Leap Card to pay for your journey or validate a pre-loaded ticket journey as normal and bring someone along with you for free.

When boarding a bus, tell the driver the person with you is your +1 and they’ll let them get on-board for free.

When travelling on commuter train, DART or Luas use a Leap Card at the validator to touch on and off as normal and simply travel together with your +1 for the duration of your journey.

Train stations will be either staffed or gates will be left open for the period of the promotion to ensure +1s can get through to the platform.

Will ticket inspectors be working during the promotion?

Ticket inspection will continue as normal with the only difference being that a +1 customer can tell the inspector that they are travelling with the TFI Leap Card customer and indicate the card holder with whom they are travelling. This will suffice to allow them to continue to travel.

Do the two customers need to travel together?

Yes, +1s will need to travel together with the Leap Card customer that they boarded with for the full duration of the journey to ensure they can tell the ticket inspector that they’re together with a paying Leap Card customer.

Does the offer apply to all Leap Card users?

Yes, any Leap Card can be used provided the customer is eligible to use it. For example, a child Leap Card user can bring an adult as their +1. Or a Leap Card user who has a valid ticket on their card other than travel credit can also use their Leap Card to bring a +1 with them.

Why are you doing Leap +1?

Leap +1 aims to bring new people onto public transport to sample it as well as rewarding existing public transport users by giving a promotional saving. By bringing new users onboard to sample public transport we’re trying to convert of them to make the more sustainable transport choice for more of their journeys in the future.

How is the revenue foregone being calculated?

We’re working with operators to develop a methodology.

How is the revenue loss being funded?

This is a TFI Leap Card promotion and it aims to give money back to TFI Leap Card users. We currently have a growing pool of TFI Leap Card “dormant funds” which is travel credit on TFI Leap Cards that are no longer used. Owners of these cards can apply for a refund any time and we have done campaigns in the past to encourage them to do so. Nonetheless, this pool of funds continues to grow so we want to use this promotion as an opportunity to give some of it back to users while retaining an adequate amount in reserve to cover potential requests for refund.

9th January 2023

Route 387 Wexford to Rosslare to update

From January 9th 2023 ALL our services will accommodate Rosslare strand.

So that means the 12:30 service from the Harbour will now turn at Tagoat and go to the strand as per all other services instead of bypassing strand and continuing on main road.

This change has come about due to Wexford Bus discontinuing their own Rosslare service Route 878. We understand passengers have concerns about this due to our 387 Rosslare service being very busy. We have particularly taken on your feedback regarding the early services. However please be assured that we are monitoring the situation.

If you have any concerns or would like to get in touch with us please call our office on 053 901 1828 or email us from the contact page on our website or directly to wexford@locallink.ie

14th December 2022

Christmas Bus Times Schedule

And just like that……..It’s Chrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrristmasssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss!!!!!

Can you believe it 11 days till Santy stops. We are truly on the count down now!

So over Christmas our high frequency services are running but we have no service on Christmas Day and we will be operating to Sunday times on any of the bank holidays. For our Rural door to door services we will have no services on bank holiday days and normal service other than that.

Our offices will close 3pm Friday 23rd reopening 9am Wednesday 28th. Closing again at 3pm Friday 30th and reopening 9am Tuesday 3rd January 2023

For the high frequency routes you can check the chart below and for any queries please call the office on 053 901 1828

Merry Christmas Local Linkers!

11th November 2022


After a rocky start due to operational issues we are delighted to announce the final updates for route 368 New Ross to Enniscorthy and route 369 Enniscorty to Bunclody & Tullow. New Timetable will be operational from Monday 14th November 2022

7th October 2022


After some difficult operational issues we are glad to announce that the new 369 Route servicing Enniscorthy to Bunclody & Tullow will resume on Saturday October 8th. This service will operate 5 times per day Monday to Friday and 4 times per day Saturday and Sunday.

5th October 2022

Park and Ride Service for Senior Football Semi Finals

Wexford GAA together with Wexford County Council’s Age Friendly Programme, Wexford Local Link and Wexford Bus have arranged a Park & Ride Service from County Hall to in Chadwicks Wexford Park and return on Sunday 9th October for the Senior Football Semi Final games. The service is specifically for older people and their carers. It is the intention of Wexford GAA, Wexford County Council, Wexford Local Link and Wexford Bus that this facility will enhance access to and enjoyment of what are sure to be two very enjoyable games. Wexford County Council greatly appreciates the hard work and support of their own staff, the staff of Local Link and Wexford Bus, and the staff and officer board of Wexford GAA in making this project possible.

Transport will be provided from County Hall car park to Chadwicks Wexford Park from 1pm on Sunday 9th with a return shuttle bus running after both games. Games are scheduled for 2pm and 4pm. Those wishing to avail of this service are advised to park at Wexford County Council HQ Offices at County Hall where they will be directed to available buses. Those travelling on the bus must have purchased their football tickets in advance of travelling.

30th September 2022

368 / 369 UPDATE

While the temporary service is still in operation this weekend we will be improving things by Monday.

New 368 New Ross to Enniscorthy comes in to operation on Monday 3rd of October – see below or on our drop down menu

Route 369 will need to revert to the old timetable for Monday to Friday week of the 3rd October and we hope to release the updated timetable for Saturday the 8th October.

Keep in touch on facebook or call the office for all the latest updates