News Updates2022-06-30T09:13:58+00:00

1st July 2022

Hook Summer Services

On the 1st of July we launch our Hook Summer Services.

Three Summer services in total to run in July and August 2022.

1: A daily service to Waterford

2: New Ross to Hook Area

3: Wexford to Hook Area

Whats even better is you can hop on and off these three services with a day pass! This is a fantastic affordable way to travel and explore around the Norman Way and visit all the wonderful tourist attractions that the Hook has to offer.

Adult Single fare is €4.00 and a day pass is €7.00.

Students & child fare is €2.50 and a day pass is €4.00.

Travel pass holders and children under 5 travel for FREE

13th June 2022

TFI Local Link Wexford go Cashless

You can now download and use the new TFI Go App to buy tickets and go cashless in Wexford on the following TFI Local Link Wexford services:
368: Tullow to New Ross
369: Bunclody to Enniscorthy
387: Wexford to Rosslare
388: Carrig on Bannow to Wexford
389: Riverchaple to Gorey
The TFI Go app allows you to buy tickets for public transport services in Ireland directly from your phone. Your ticket is downloaded to the app and can be used to travel straight away. No need for printing, just activate before each journey and show your driver while boarding.

Key Features

  • Single, 2 journey, 1 day and weekly tickets available.
  • Search for a ticket between your origin and destination.
  • Buy and download tickets directly to your phone.
  • Save a payment card for faster purchases.
  • Activate ticket before boarding and just show the driver your ticket.
  • Tickets valid for 28 days after purchase.
Download the TFI GO App from the App Store or Google play now.
To find out more visit Transport for Ireland 

4th June 2022


It’s officially Summer when Wexford County Council and TFI Local Link Wexford put on the Summer service to Curracloe Beach!

Starting Saturday June 4th 2022 EVERY Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday until September 4th

This service leaves from McCauley’s Redmond square to the beautiful Blue Flag beach of Whitegap in Curracloe.

There are more services than last year:

From Redmond Square to Curracloe: 10:30 / 11:30 / 12:30 / 14:30 / 15:30 / 16:30 / 17:30

From Curracloe to Redmond Square: 11:00 / 12:00 / 13:00 / 15:00 / 16:00 / 17:00 / 18:00

Single Fares apply this year but at a minimum cost: Adult €2 / Child or Student €1 / Family (2Adult2Child) €5 and of course as per all of our services Travel pass holders and Children under 5 TRAVEL FOR FREE!

In addition to this wonderful service we also have a FREE shuttle service in Kilmuckridge Village to the amazing beach of Morriscastle. This service goes up and down the long road on demand from 11am in the morning until 6pm in the evening. So whether you are visiting the beach or coming from your holiday home to the village why not hop on this FREE service to help you along.

Both of these services are an initiative of Wexford County Council to alleviate traffic congestion in both of these popular beach spots.

To find out more contact our office on 053 919 6276

Wexford to CurracloeKilmuckridge to Morriscastle

27th May 2022

The Return of Summer Services

Yes! Summer Services are coming back.

Our Wexford to Curracloe Beach service will commence June 4th 2022 operating every Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holiday Mondays until September 4th.

However this year please note that fares apply. The  single fares are as follows: Adult €2 / Child & Student €1 / Family (2Adults & 2Children) €5

The bus will depart from outside McCauley’s Pharmacy Redmond Square, Wexford town.

In addition to this fabulous service we also have a FREE shuttle service in operation from Kilmuckridge village to Morriscastle beach. This bus starts at 11:00 and continues up and down all day as per demand until 18:00

We have had a lot of enquiries about our Hook Summer Service and we hope to announce details on that very soon. So stay in touch!

10th March 2022


This year we have TWO bank holidays in March.

Thursday 17th March is St. Patrick’s day but this year we have an extra bank holiday on Friday 18th too.

As normal our routes will operate to Sunday times on a bank holiday, this means the following changes will be in place:

  • 368 Tullow / Enniscorthy – New Ross will operate a Sunday Service on the Thursday 17th & Friday 18th March 2022
  • 369 Bunclody to Enniscorthy will not be in service on the Thursday 17th & Friday 18th March 2022
  • 387 Wexford to Rosslare will operate a Sunday Service on the Thursday 17th & Friday 18th March 2022 *There will be diversions in place during parade times with no drop off from Maudlintown all the way down the quay. Instead the bus will take the relief road to Redmond Square.
  • 388 Carrig on Bannow to Wexford will operate a Sunday Service on the Thursday 17th & Friday 18th March 2022
  • 389 Riverchapel to Gorey will operate a Sunday Service on the Thursday 17th & Friday 18th March 2022 * There will be diversions in place during parade times with no drop off / pick up to main street. Instead the bus will finish / start at Tesco.

All of our rural flexible services will be cancelled.

Please check your times before you travel.

9th March 2022


From Department of Transport

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Taxsaver fares on all subsidised public transport services are to be reduced by an average of 20% from the beginning of April, as the first phase in the implementation of the programme to reduce public transport fares, announced by Minister Ryan in February.

The reduced Taxsaver fares apply to customers on all subsidised Public Service Obligation (PSO) public transport services, including those provided by Iarnród Éireann, Bus Éireann, Dublin Bus, Luas and Go-Ahead Ireland.

Customers purchasing annual or monthly Taxsaver tickets in 2022 that are valid from the beginning of April will see an immediate 20% reduction in the cost of their ticket. Any customer who wishes to purchase a Taxsaver ticket for April should make the appropriate arrangements with their employer.

Taxsaver customers who have already purchased an annual ticket at the non-reduced rate, will also benefit from the fare reduction, as an additional three-month period of validity will automatically be added to all existing annual tickets with no action required on the part of the customer or their employer.

Minister for Transport, Eamon Ryan TD said:

“In February I was delighted to announce the introduction of a 20% average reduction on public transport fares from April. Today marks the first step in the roll-out of these fare reductions. In April and early May, we will be going further by rolling out the average 20% fare reduction on all PSO services for the travelling public until the end of 2022, as well as introducing the Young Adult Card in May, which will reduce fares for young people under 24 by a further average 50%. These reduced fares will put money back into people’s pockets and will benefit hundreds of thousands of people across the country who use PSO public transport every day. They also have the added benefit of accelerating our shift to more efficient and affordable public transport and moving us away from a reliance on private transport.”

Anne Graham, CEO, National Transport Authority:

“I’d like to take this opportunity to welcome this fares-reduction initiative by the government. I believe it will have a very positive impact on passenger numbers by encouraging more people back on board in the weeks and months ahead. This is a signal that now more than ever, public transport provides a more affordable and more sustainable alternative. I’d like to thank the transport operators and the NTA team for the work they have put into getting this over the line.”

The introduction of this reduction in Taxsaver fares represents just the first stage of an overall programme to reduce public transport fares.

In mid-April, fares on all non-Dublin city PSO services and on certain Iarnród Éireann services will be reduced by an average of 20%. This will include:

• All Bus Éireann PSO services

• Go-Ahead Ireland commuter services

• Local Link

• Irish Rail web-fares

Further, in early May, the full implementation of the 20% average fare reduction will be completed, with fares being cut on all PSO services in the Greater Dublin Area, and on Iarnród Éireann services including on intercity services. This phase will include:

• Dublin Bus

• Go-Ahead Ireland

• Luas


• Commuter rail

• Iarnród Éireann

The roll-out of the May phase of the 20% average discount, will coincide with implementation of the average 50% fare reduction for customers under the age of 24 through the Young Adult Card.


Note to Editor

• A key objective of Government is to provide all citizens with reliable and realistic sustainable mobility options.

• To support this, in Budget 2022, the Department of Transport secured c. €538m of funding for Public Service Obligation (PSO) and Local Link services.

• In addition, €25m was provided to introduce a Young Adult Card which will enable any person aged between 19 and 23 years old to avail of an average fare discount of 50% across all PSO public transport services – this is after the average 20% general discount so equates to an approx. 60% discount overall. This initiative will promote modal shift among this age cohort and contribute towards a reduced reliance on private transport.

• Further, as part of a suite of new measures being introduced by Government to help combat the rising cost-of-living being experienced throughout the country, a 20% average fare reduction on PSO services until the end of 2022. A further €54m in Exchequer funding has been secured to allow for the introduction of these discounted fares

• With regard to the timing of the roll-out of the various fare reductions, sufficient time is needed to make and test the necessary changes to the wide array of ticketing systems employed across the network, including, the Leap card, on-board ticketing equipment, vending machines and online web platforms. Further, updates are needed across all the PSO operators, at the different stations and depots, as well as on thousands of individual vehicles, to ensure the discounts are applied across the board.

18th February 2022


There have been no further cancellations or disruptions to our services.

The council are working very hard to keep the roads clear from any debris. We would urge you to still be careful as trees and other items have been damaged and could still cause accidents. Take Care.

17th February 2022

Storm Eunice

We will be keeping you updated in real time through our social media channels on any disruption to services for tomorrow Friday 18th February during Storm Eunice

UPDATE 1@ 18:50 17th Feb

– The following services will have morning disruptions:

387 Wexford to Rosslare

06:50 service from Wexford CANCELLED

07:30 service from Rosslare CANCELLED

The first service on the 387 Wexford to Rosslare Route will start at 09:30 from Wexford

389 Riverchapel to Gorey

05:15 service from Poulshone CANCELLED

06:00 service from Poulshone CANCELLED

07:00 service from Poulshone CANCELLED

The first service on the 389 Riverchapel to Gorey Route will start at 07:50 from Poulshone

Route 368 Tullow to New Ross / 369 Bunclody to Enniscorthy / 388 Carrig on Bannow to Wexford are all running as normal until further notice.


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