Dublin Bus says it wants to rollout 24-hour services across its entire network.
The transport operator currently has six routes which operate around-the-clock.
Outing chief executive Ray Coyne told Breakfast Business they want to increase the frequency of these.
"What we have been introducing over the last 18 months is a 24-hour network to assist with the night-time economy.
"We've six 24 hour services at present operating on top of our Nitelinks.
"Probably the most successful one at present will be route 15.
"We're looking to see if we can increase the frequency on those services... the demand is extremely high".
He says a wider rollout is possible with the support of the National Transport Authority.
"We've seen a good increase over the last 18 months.
"With the NTA and with Government support, we'd hope to see that rolled out throughout the network to give a good even spread.
"So everybody will have continued access to public transportation 24 hours."
Dublin Bus says it carried 142 million people in 2019.