FREE PUBLIC TRANSPORT FOR ARRIVING REFUGEES
The National Transport Authority has taken the decision today to allow free travel for newly arriving Ukrainian refugees on any subsidised public transport service, from their port of entry to their end destination.
Intending passengers will be asked to present the driver or other relevant employee with the following:
- Ukrainian passport or other Ukrainian government issued ID and evidence of arrival in Ireland within the previous seven days or
- confirmation of status from a co-ordinating group or charity involved in the Ukrainian crisis.
This initiative applies across all PSO contracted services and TFI Local Link services are also included in the arrangement.
These provisions will be reviewed at the end of April.