Dublin Bus To Hire 70 New Drivers

Seventy new drivers are to be hired by Dublin Bus over the next three months, the company has announced.

The new driver intake marks the first new hirings by the company since 2008 and follows an increase in passenger numbers in 2013.

Chief executive of the National Transport Authority, Gerry Murphy, welcomed the news, saying that it would be good for passengers.


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