AllAboutBuses is one of Ireland’s longest-running transport websites, founded in 1996.
The focus is generally on current day operations and developments, though we do feature the nostalgic look back at our extensive archive of pictures.
Although based in Dublin, the AAB team make frequent visits to the UK, where the operations of the TFL network will be covered, along with occasional ventures further afield in the UK and mainland Europe.
Coverage includes news items and press releases, as well as personal observations as well as “quick pics” of routes/vehicles/areas that take our fancy. Although primarily a bus site, other forms of mass transit will be featured when photographic opportunities present themselves.
Throughout this site, you can click on any thumbnail to see the fullsize image.
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Hi, Kelly Travel of Limerick have taken delivery of a new coach which is unique in Ireland, the first coach in Britain or Ireland to have seats that slide out into the aisle!
We also have a unique Mercedes Loxia which I would love to send you a picture of if your are interested.
My name Is Ivor,
I’m a student at digital skills academy that are based in the digital hub in Dublin, I’m doing digital media course there and for the final project we have to make a movie, so I was lucky and my idea was picked of all the people in a group but I have a big problem now because the whole movie action supposed to happen on a bus, I have to find a bus and now been looking desperately for weeks and no luck, I thought maybe u could have any suggestions or ideas? I would be thankful for any information.
Thank you very much,
Hi, I wonder if you could help with this: do you have some information about the materials and processes in the production of buses? Specifically I am working on the Life Cycle Assessment of the new Volvo 7700 Hybrid Bus.
Thnaks for your help.
I love your photo’s and stories about buses. I admire your enthusiasm and have been following your blog for years! Thank you!