A petition to relocate the West Dulyn bus stop was supported by the mother of Co Meath's young girl, who was stabbed during the morning on Saturday.
The victim's smile, Gwen Jackson, who has spoken in an effort to highlight the continuing problems in the bus stop, said her daughter had left her against the assault.
Alice Ridsdale-Dooner (20) was staying at the bus stop, on a slip road, for the 105 buses to Ratoath from Blanchardstown when a man of the bushes jumped at 8pm.
"She had been in the cinema with a friend who had the 109-stop bus home once earlier," said Gwen.
"A young man was wearing a gray hood and bandana out of the bushes, catching it and threatening what looked like a bread knife.
"She said she would be static if she did not give her bag to her, so I did, but he knew somehow that she had got her phone in her pocket and she was also asking for that.
"Maybe he has been watching the bushes and sees that he is putting it off.
"In the fight over his phone, he broke his hand and then ran away when two local girls came to help.
"The bus was also arriving at the slipway at the time. The two young girls, also from Ratoath, were sitting with her on the bus to make sure she was really and bring her home to # 39 right r
"I'm so glad that the girls came up when they did because they might have …
"The bus driver asked her if she wanted him to stop at a station but she wanted to go home.
"She's very distressed and crushed by everyone. There's an open wound on her hand but it's OK".
Gwen telephoning Blanchardstown and Ashbourne sat on Saturday and officially reported on the event in Blanchardstown on Sunday.
She also says she had reported the attack to Bus Éireann this morning.
Gwen urges everyone to sign the petition. It started six months ago in an effort to relocate the bus stop and 2,000 people have already signed up.
"It's so dangerous there. The bus stop has to light and poorly isolated from anywhere.
"It's a stop that is used by many students who commute to Blanchardstown from Meath and Louth"
The bus stop serves the bus 105 for Ashbourne, Ratoath and Drogheda while the 109 go to Dunshaughlin, Navan and Kells.
The Chairman of the Meath and North Dulyn East Bus Users Association, Andrew Ralph, has been campaigning to move the bus stop for several months.
"In March 2016, Bus Eireann decided to change the bus routes without public consultation and this bus stop moved to a slip road that has no shadow, security or CCT, is adequately illuminated and that travelers wait to sit for a crime, "he said.
"Most passengers wait either older people or young people who have to walk up to 20 minutes to reach.
"Over the months, many women have contacted me to say that men have pulled up in the bus stop and trying to force them to get in.
"There are huge security issues here and you can not even see the bus stop at night, it's so bad to light up," he said.
"Bus Éireann must sit and identify the hazards that the location of this bus stop does. It has been raised with Bus Éireann representatives in two public meetings during the last ten months.
"Just a few months ago, many teenagers were near the stop on their way to catch a bus home in mid-July."
This petition can be viewed here.
In a statement, Bus Eireann said: "Bus Éireann is successful in closing the north. Dulyn does not serve Blanchardstown SC, due to major congestion problems, and most customers on board travel further to the destinations of Meath or Louth and beyond.
"We have a stop stopping on the slip road to serve the area, and also ensuring the reliability of general travel time. Bus stop locations are also overseen by local authorities and local authorities. Lighting in public places such as bus stops are provided by local authorities.
"The Guardian is responsible for dealing with anti-social behavior throughout the country and the company co-operates if any incidents arise across the network."