Award-winning passenger transport firm Matthews.ie was founded in 1995 by Paddy and Mary Matthews and are recognised as being leaders in the coach transport industry in Ireland. Matthews.ie provide an excellent and efficient service to their customers in our fleet of 47 vehicles across commuter, private hire and corporate hire services. Our Matthews.ie staff are renowned for their friendly and professional service and are here to assist with any queries. The company carries 4,500 passengers a day on 145 daily services to and from the north east to Dublin with coach services from Dundalk, Drogheda and Bettystown.
Students from the north east also avail of Matthews.ie to travel to most of Dublin’s major colleges, with direct services to DCU and UCD.
Matthews.ie service concerts and events in 3Arena, Aviva Stadium, RDS, Croke Park and Marlay Park.
The company has been recognised nationally as exemplars of best practice in energy management, resulting in being named Green Transport Company of the Year at the Repak Pakman Awards, and previously scooped two Energy Awareness titles in four years at the SEAI Sustainable Energy Awards.
Matthews.ie became the first public transport company in the UK or Ireland – and only the second in the world – to achieve the ISO 50001 energy management accreditation. We also hold the ISO 9001 Quality Management System and ISO 45001 Occupational Health and Safety Management System further strengthening their core of offering a quality service.
We offer one of Ireland’s biggest fleets with 42 late-model coaches as well as midi-coaches, minibuses and a corporate limousine.
All of our vehicles are air-conditioned with free Wi-Fi access and many have USB charging points allowing customers to charge their devices on the go. The majority of our coaches fall under the Euro 5 & Euro 6 specification and carry GPS tracking. Matthews.ie are the only passenger transport company in Ireland to have alcolocks installed, and every Matthews coach and support vehicle carries one of the devices. Alcolocks are connected to a vehicle’s ignition system and activated by the driver blowing into a tube. They will prevent a vehicle’s engine starting if the driver’s alcohol level exceeds a pre-set safety limit.