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Passengers on Bus Eireann's route were left frustrated on Tuesday after a mix-up involving bus numbers. After paying their fares and getting on the pm bus on the South Mall - commuters were asked to leave the bus as the driver realised he was supposed to be driving the route.
Annoyed passengers heading for Passage-West were promised another bus would soon arrive but it did not turn up until the next scheduled service an hour later. Passage-West local Paul McCallister, 48, gets the bus a number of times a week and said this is no isolated incident.
He told CorkBeo: "I get the all the time and I always have something to complain about it every week. I said, and everyone agreed, I am not getting off this bus so none of us moved. So he rang the inspector and said a driver would land in 10 minutes, he was very nice in fairness and tried help.
He knew nothing of the drama. I got to the bus stop at pm and I got off in Passage at pm. Mr McCallister said that he's well used to these problems now and feels bad for people who had places they needed to be.
He added: "One couple said they had to be at an inquest at 3pm and they obviously wouldn't make that given the situation. CorkBeo contacted Bus Eireann for a statement on the incident and a spokesperson said; "An operational error resulted in a mix-up between buses operating on Route Mount Oval - Cork University Hospital and Route Cork - Ringaskiddy - Haulbowline in Cork yesterday. Passengers were left annoyed by the incident Sign up to FREE email alerts from Cork Beo - Daily Subscribe When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters.
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It has been a frustrating wait but great news for those waiting for these new routes. Details have been revealed for Cork's newest Bus Eireann route and the revision of one route which begins in November. Bus Eireann will introduce the new route while the will also be extended and operate on a changed timetable. The new route will start to run on November 3rd and the revised will also begin its new timetable on the same day. The will run from Cork Airport to Haulbowline while passing through Ballygarvan, Carrigaline and Ringaskiddy along the way. The first bus from Haulbowline will head towards the airport via Carrigaline at 4am and will take 50 minutes to complete the entire journey if the timetable is to be believed. The first bus of the day for the will leave Monkstown at am from Monday to Saturday and will take an hour to get to Cork University Hospital.
Cork Bus Eireann passengers baffled at being asked to get off bus despite paying fare in mix-up
Operating days this week: everyday. Choose any of the bus stops below to find updated real-time schedules and to see their route map. View on Map. When does the South Mall stop - Haulbowline stop Bus come? Click here for live arrival times and to see the full schedule for South Mall stop - Haulbowline stop Bus that is closest to your location. In addition, get real-time info on bus status, bus delays, changes of bus routes, changes of stops locations, and any service changes.