The public is being asked its opinion on ways to improve Dublin Bus. The network is going through a one billion euro revamp in order to encourage more commuters to ditch their cars.
Transport officials say Dublin’s bus system is complicated and confusing so they want to completely overhaul the way it works.
The idea is more general services would go into the city every 3 to 6 minutes and you then jump off to join your specific route. It would mean commuters would have to change buses more.
Anne Graham, CEO of the National Transport Authority, is asking the public to "consider what those options are, and to decide and give us that feedback if they are willing to make more inter-changes but that would give them a faster journey".
This change to the bus network would mean the likes of the 46A, 19B etc would all be gone and people will have to learn a completely different bus system.
Transport Planning Specialist Jarrett Walker will oversee the project "people will object to having to learn something new, but there is no other way to improve things".
"Please understand that this is a one time challenge for something that has a much more permanent benefit", he explained.
You you can log onto busconnects.ie to give your views on the proposals.