There are also good cross-border bus and rail links from the Irish Republic.
BUS - Ulsterbus work in co-operation with Bus Eireann and will have current bus schedules and prices.
RAIL - NI Railways work in co-operation with Iarnród Éireann as part of the Enterprise service between Dublin and Belfast.
The flagship Enterprise train service operating between Dublin Connolly and Belfast Central connects to the city via the scenic coastal route from Coleraine on the North Coast.
Information on all Ulsterbus services in Northern Ireland can be obtained from the easy to use Translink journey planner.
For all routes originating from the Republic of Ireland please visit Iarnród Éireann's website.
www.translink.co.uk | www.irishrail.ie
1 Bay Road,
Airporter provides a direct coach service connecting Derry/Londonderry with the two Belfast Airports.The award winning service can be booked online and offers on board free WiFi across its fleet of luxury coaches. In addition to scheduled services to the Belfast airports, Airporter offers private hire options for groups of all sizes.
John McGinley Coach Travel
T: 353 74 9135201
F: 353 74 9135 960
Direct express service between Dublin City and airport to Derry City and onwards to County Donegal
Foyle Street Dept, BT48 6AL
T: 028 7126 2261
Derry and the North west has an accessible rail and transport network.
East Bridge Street
Belfast BT1 3PB
Translink is the brand name of the integrated pubic transport operation of Metro, NI Railways and Ulsterbus. The organisation is now one of Northern Ireland's largest employers with almost 4,000 employees. Around 77 million passenger journeys are made on Translink services each year.
Other Bus Services / Stations
North West Busways
Patrick Street (bus stop only)
T: +353 (0) 749382619
Europa Bus Centre
T: (028) 9066 6630
T: +353 (0) 1836 6111
Cape House, Westend Office Park, Blanchardstown, Dublin 15
The M50 is a motorway that runs around Dublin City. It is a tolled road which uses barrier free electronic camera technology instead of toll booths to collect the tolls. This ensures quicker, more fuel efficient journey. The barrier free tolling point is located between Junction 6 (Blanchardstown) and Junction 7 (Lucan) on the M50. Road users can not pay with cash at the toll and must pay the M50 toll up to two weeks in advance or by 8pm next day deadline online. You can also make one off payment at one of the numerous Payzone retail outlets dotted across the Republic of Ireland.