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Runs buses from Dublin (one way/return €4/5.90, 30 minutes, every half hour, six buses Sunday).
Bus Éireann is the Republic’s bus line and offers an extensive network throughout the South.
St Kevin's Bus departs from outside the Mansion House on Dawson St in Dublin at 11.30am and 6pm Monday to Saturday, and 11.30am and 7pm Sunday (one way/return €13/20, 1½ hours). It also stops at the Town Hall in Bray...
Dublin Bus runs a service to Maynooth (€3.30, one hour) leaving several times an hour from Pearse St in Dublin.
St Kevin's Bus passes through Roundwood on its twice-daily jaunt between Dublin and Glendalough (one way €8, 1¼ hours; return €14).
Service 44 (€3.30, hourly) takes about 1¼ hours to get to Enniskerry from Hawkins St in Dublin.
Heuston Station, just south of the Liffey and well west of the centre, is the station for Cork, Galway, Killarney, Limerick, Wexford, Waterford and other destinations west, south and southwest of Dublin.
Does repairs, and will have your bike back to you within a day or so (barring serious damage).
Number 133 from Dublin to Arklow stops in Kilmacanogue (one way/return €4.50/7.60, 45 minutes, 10 daily).
The city centre office of the Automobile Association.
New bikes, all the gear you could possibly need and a decent repair service; but be sure to book an appointment as they are generally quite busy.
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