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Buses depart from Dunbrody Inn on the Quay and travel to Waterford (€7, 30 minutes, seven to 11 daily), Wexford (€8, 40 minutes, three to four daily) and Dublin (€16, three hours, four daily).
The train station is on Prior Park Rd. Head 1km north along Gladstone St, past the Oakville Shopping Centre and it’s just after the petrol station...
Frequent services to Tramore, Dublin and Wexford.
If you're driving or cycling between Wexford and Waterford along the coast, the Passage East Ferry from Ballyhack to Passage East saves a long detour via New Ross...
North of the river. Up to eight services to/from Dublin's Heuston Station (from €20, two to 2½ hours) and Kilkenny (from €10, 40 minutes).
This not-for-profit service for rural residents, also available to tourists, has a service to Tipperary (€3, 50 minutes).
Waterford's airport is 9km south of the city centre, offering limited flights to London Luton and Birmingham. There is no public transport to the airport; a taxi costs around €20.
The train station is on the eastern bank of the river.
Rte 370 runs between Waterford, New Ross, Duncannon, Templetown and Fethard. The entire journey takes over two hours and there is only one bus in each direction each day Monday to Saturday.
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