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About this app

The TFI Journey Planner app collates bus, train and Luas timing and location information and presents them as tailor-made, easy-to-read journey plans. The app acts as your own personal door-to-door travel planner for trips in Ireland. Whether you plan on travelling now or in the near future, the TFI Journey Planner app allows you to seamlessly plan your trip!

Features include:

- Interactive and fully integrated trip planner for the entire country, including: Dublin, Cork, Galway, Limerick and Waterford

- Nationwide coverage on all licensed public transport operators, including those in major cities and rural areas

- Easy-to-navigate maps across all modes of public transport including Dublin Bus, Go-Ahead Ireland, Luas, Bus Éireann, Iarnród Éireann, DART, Commuter Rail, AirCoach, GoBe and Matthews Coaches.

- Display stops ‘near you’ function

- Dynamic zoom and scroll mapping function

- GPS using ‘my location’ function

- Updating maps ‘on the go’ function

- Ability to save ‘favourite locations’ and ‘recent journeys’ function

- Email and in-calendar functions

The TFI Journey Planner app is continually updated and improved. Your feedback is very important to us. To submit any queries or feedback you have, please click the ‘info’ button on the app.
Updated on
Sep 23, 2020

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982 reviews
Adrien Kells
April 23, 2022
The app overall is a disappointing disaster. Firstly, when I'm looking for buses, the app often calculates the bus in the wrong direction: my 115 pulled up on time... on the other side of the road, heading in the other direction, although I had specifically searched for the other. Secondly, alternative buses showed up at the stop but never showed up on the app itself. There are so many more blaring issues with this app that I would like to point out. Just use the Irish Rail app or Google Maps.
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A Google user
September 24, 2019
This has ever exactly been a great app, but it's somehow gotten worse. The new splash screen is ugly and makes it look as if the app has crashed, and the ergonomics of opening and closing the menu are off as the menu doesn't animate as it's meant to. TFI need to have words with the supplier about the fit and finish of this app. It makes it feel so much worse to use than it ought to.
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Mike Byrne
August 5, 2020
It's not without it's flaws. It gives the time a bus should be at a stop but it's not real time so that varies especially for stops mid-route. It's also sent me to the wrong stop for a bus, I would have been going the wrong direction if I hadn't realised. Having said that it is one of my must have apps and I've recommended it to a lot of people. It's very useful at home but if I'm going to somewhere I don't normally and especially if I'm out of town where I don't even know where the nearest bus stop is it's a life saver. I also really appreciate that it includes private bus company options and can plot a trip for me all the way from my flat to a suburb in Dublin. They also take Eircode numbers for plotting journeys Give yourself time for delays or mishaps and you will never take a journey in Ireland again without checking this app before.
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What's new

This version fixes bugs relating to using the app with the Polish language