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How Well Do You Know Dublin Bus Routes?

Has your leap card been around the block?

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1. Where does the 17a begin/end?
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Kilbarrack/Finglas
Donaghmede/Ballymun

Kilbarrack/Blanchardstown
Coolock/Ongar
2. Which of these routes does not go near UCD?
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11
39a

46a
130

145
25x
3. Which of the following buses wouldn't bring you to the RDS?
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27x
4

7
29a
4. Which bus would NOT bring you to Swords?
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41
33

43
27b
5. If you were visiting Glasnevin Cemetery, which bus would get you there?
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40
123

14
15
6. Where does the 123 route begin and end?
Coolock/Walkinstown
Marino/Walkinstown

Glasnevin/Crumlin
Lucan/Clondalkin
7. Which bus will bring you to Dublin Zoo?
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9
40

13
46a
8. The 53 route begins and ends where?
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Talbot Street/Dublin Ferryport
Gardiner Street/Dublin Airport

Parnell Square/Dublin Zoo
Ballycullen Road/Clondalkin
9. Which route does not bring you to Maynooth University?
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69
66

67
66x
Answer all the questions to see your result!
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You scored out of !
Are you a bus driver?
You know these bus routes like the back of your hand. Well done, you scored 100%.
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You scored out of !
You get around
You've travelled on a decent amount of these bus routes. Not enough to score perfectly on this quiz, but enough to pass comfortably.
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You scored out of !
Not too bad.
You have either used about half of these routes, or you're a good guesser.
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You scored out of !
You haven't used Dublin Bus that much.
Your area of expertise may be Bus Eireann. Don't feel too bad.
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