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Dublin Bus route curtailed for second time in a week due to anti-social behaviour

Dublin Bus route curtailed for second time in a week due to anti-social behaviour

21.2.2020

Dublin Bus route curtailed for second time in a week due to anti-social behaviour

The service was withdrawn just last week as drivers continue to deal with ongoing attacks.

"I'm horrified for the people of Jobstown because the people of Jobstown are - like everywhere else in Tallaght - a very decent community."It's just that small minority of mindless people who set out to deliberately disrupt this service."

Read more: Irish Examiner

Sad for the people of Jobstown. Instead of curtailing the route however, why can't have an increased Garda presence? Not a surprise

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