The level of bus services in Dublin is to increase by 22% under redesigned BusConnects plans.
It was revamped after the NTA received submissions, petitions, emails, and letters from some 50,000 people.
The controversial €2 billion plan will see 8 high-frequency routes serve Dublin City Centre.
Here at the launch of the Bus Connects revised plan. A record 50,000 people got in touch. The new plan is open to public consultation until early December. Homes will be leafleted over the next 15 days with the details pic.twitter.com/1XfSRefKwB
— Shane Beatty (@ShaneBeattyNews) October 22, 2019
It will also see a new spine serving Howth and parts of the north-east of the city.
Meanwhile, 10 orbital routes will reduce the need for people to travel into the city centre.
The new changes are now open for public consultation and will run until December 3rd.