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As part of the ongoing Clontarf to City Centre Scheme some closures to existing Bus Stops along the route are due to take affect from 16th June 2023.
Details of each alternative Bus Stop is provided in the link below.

From 16th June 2022 the bus stops proposed to be closed are 3no. outbound bus stops as summarised below;

For more details on the final locations of all bus stops along the C2CC Route, please click here

Clontarf to City Centre Project

The Clontarf to City Centre Cycle & Bus Priority Project (C2CC Project) will provide segregated cycling facilities and bus priority infrastructure along a 2.7km route that extends from Clontarf Road at the junction with Alfie Byrne Road, to Amiens Street at the junction with Talbot Street. The route is identified as a primary route in the Greater Dublin Area Cycle Network Plan, published by the National Transport Authority in 2013A part of the Tolka Valley Greenway is also included in the project, linking Annesley Bridge Road to Alfie Byrne Road via Fairview Park.

Concept map outlining the location of the Clontarf to City Centre scheme within Dublin City


Approval of grant from the NTA. Completion of option selection.

2014 - 2016

Preliminary design completed


Part 8 planning application submitted


Design amendments made in response to submissions

2017 - 2020

Detailed design developed


Tender process run for construction contractor


NTA approval received for the project to proceed

January 2022

Contractor appointed

March 2022

Works commence on site

Q2 2024

Construction Complete