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Park & Ride from this Saturday for €3 per car.

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The annual Park & Ride Christmas Service will commence this Saturday the 3rd December 2016, operating right up to Christmas Eve.

Improved service announced for Expressway bus route

Bus Éireann has announced improvements to its Expressway route 20/20X service which runs between Dublin Airport, Athlone, Ballinasloe, and Galway.

Transition year students invited to ‘Go Places with Bus Éireann’

Bus Éireann has officially launched an exciting new competition for transition year students, ‘Go Places with Bus Éireann’, which is running for the first time in the current academic year, 2016/2017. Participating students will be in with a chance of winning one of five regional prizes of €3,000 for their school, and one national prize of a fun filled day out for their class to a leisure park, including complimentary use of a private coach.

Mayo's Kathleen Lynn to feature in 1916 commemoration by Bus Éireann

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Bus Éireann and the Royal Irish Academy (RIA) have launched a collaborative campaign to commemorate leading female participants in the 1916 Rising. The campaign features a specially wrapped double decker commuter bus, and posters illustrating the stories of six women who featured prominently in the Easter Rising, on 650 buses nationwide. Bus Éireann travel centres across the country, as well as bus bays, some bus shelters, and Busaras in Dublin, will also feature billboards and a short digital video for the campaign. The figures will be profiled on board buses in the regions where they are most associated, with Mayo native Kathleen Lynn the figurehead for the west of Ireland

Park and Ride from this Saturday for just €3 per car

The annual Park and Ride Christmas Service will commence this Saturday December 5 right up to Christmas Eve and recommence again Monday December 28 to Jan 3.

Connolly identifies Rahoon landbank for permanent park and ride facility

lection candidate in Galway West John Connolly has called on Galway City Council to seriously consider a permanent Park and Ride facility to ease traffic congestion in the city. 

Councillors bemoan lack of services linking city’s west and east sides

A number of city councillors have voiced their frustration about the lack of a direct bus service linking Knocknacarra and Westside with the industrial estates on the eastern side of the city such as Parkmore, Liosbaun, and Ballybane.

 

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