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Galway City Council will participate in European Mobility Week, running between 16th to the 22nd September. The initiative is to arrange activities and events which promote and contribute to a shift towards sustainable urban transport.
Summer comes early to the Wild Atlantic Way with the launch of Bus Eireann’s Route 350 summer service
Bus Éireann has announced the return of its Route 350: Galway - Cliffs of Moher - Doolin – Ennis summer timetable due to popular demand.
Bus Éireann proposals to axe the Athlone to Westport bus service have been postponed.
Three Government departments working on solution to Parkmore traffic congestion crisis, says Naughton
Three government departments are collaborating to devise a radical package of measures to address the traffic-congestion crisis at Parkmore on foot of a meeting between Minister Simon Coveney and Galway TD Hildegarde Naughton last month.
Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Transport, Robert Troy, has criticised Minister Shane Ross for his approach to dealing with the crisis facing Bus Éireann.
Fianna Fáil TD for Mayo Dara Calleary is urging rail users to make submissions to the National Transport Authority’s consultation process on the future of rail services in Ireland. Deputy Calleary says it is particularly important that people using the Ballina and Westport rail services get their viewpoints across.
Cllr Mike Crowe has said he will next week seek to remove the Roscam to Renmore part of the Dublin to Galway cycleway from the Galway City Development Plan. According to Cllr Crowe the proposed route was submitted by the National Transport Authority without any consultation with the landowners.
Minister of State for Gaeltacht Affairs and Natural Resources and Fine Gael TD for Galway West and Mayo South, Seán Kyne is urging people in Galway and the west to take part in the public consultation on the future of the railway in Ireland.
Extra freight trains are planned between Mayo and Waterford Port each week, bringing the annual total to in excess of 700. The news was broken by rail campaign group West-on-Track, which said the additional trains are for rising volumes of container traffic being shipped by multinationals based in Mayo. A further 730 freight trains currently operate between Mayo and Dublin Port.