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Old 15-04-2012, 12:51 PM
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Default Bus to Douglas Court

Recently got a new job. Thought it was in the city but turns out it's Douglas Court, so have to get a bus from the South Mall. Can anyone tell me which ones go there and how long they take roughly? I'd be in work for about 8.50-9.00am so traffic will be heavier.

Also, how much does it cost? I assume it comes under the city tariff (€1.70 isnt it?)

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Old 15-04-2012, 12:53 PM
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No 6 (Grange) and 7 (Donnybrook) from when I used to get them years ago.

Though I think all buses are now "206" and "207"

Get off by the Garage by the Tesco's and walk over - go for an hour before the first day and then you can get the next one etc untill you get the right one

Price "was" 1.60 ... probably higher now.

http://www.corkpublictransport.com/i...&id=1&Itemid=2

Fares have also one up by 10cent, so all single adult tickets will be €1.70!

http://www.corkpublictransport.com/

1 minute work on Google
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Number 206, takes about 15 mins on a good day, yup 1.70
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That's great, thanks guys!
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Old 15-04-2012, 12:59 PM
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Get the 207 outside debenhams -get off outside topaz garage then a 2 min walk.bus can take 30 mins depending on traffic
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The 216 goes past douglas court if you really are that lazy
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8. 05 or 8. 30 from the bus office to Monkstown will get you there in plenty of time.
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Old 15-04-2012, 03:24 PM
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Or you can get the 223 as well. 206 and 207 come every 10 mins though.
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