Three more bus routes are to be switched from Dublin Bus to a new operator from today.
It's part of a move by the National Transport Authority aimed at improving frequency and service levels in the capital.
Go-Ahead Ireland is to take on the routes, including Route 111 - Brides Glen to Dalkey.
A brand new Sunday service is being introduced to offer an hourly frequency, with the first journey from Brides Glen leaving at 09:33 and the final journey leaving at 23:33.
The timetable for Route 184 - Bray to Newtownmountkennedy has been designed to connect with revised DART services at Greystones to and from Newtownmountkennedy.
On Saturdays and Sundays, there'll be many extra journeys operating every 30 minutes.
While the Route 185 - Bray to Enniskerry is not changing but more journeys are also serving the Palermo Estate.
Fares and payments remain unchanged while Leap Cards, Travel Passes and Dublin Bus Rambler and TaxSaver tickets continue to be accepted.
The switching of services bright to seven the number of bus routes changed over to Go-Ahead Ireland, following routes 45a, 59, 63 and 75.
There was also the improvement of services on Dublin Bus Route 14 according to the NTA.