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Unless there are proper levels of investment in public transport, bus services in the city will continually fail to "keep up with the demand of peak times users".
The provision of proper bus shelters could be the first step for motorists seeing an alternative to the car, that is according to Independent city councillor Donal Lyons.
The National Transport Authority (NRA) must explain the reasoning behind its refusal to grant a Galway bus company a licence to operate a higher frequency service along the soon-to-be completed Seamus Quirke Road and Bishop O’Donnell Road, according to Galway West Fine Gael Deputy Seán Kyne.
Galway is to get its first permanent park and ride facility in Doughiska following a Government grant for the design and planning of such a facility.
If an independent assessment into the costs of establishing light rail in Galway comes close to the figures being presented by the GLUAS group, then the city will have a modern light rail system within the next few years.
Ambitions to have a light rail system operating in Galway may have been dealt a fatal blow in a new report from the Galway City Council which regards it as far too costly and advocates a new bus system for the city instead.
The Galway City Council’s Transportation Unit is inviting the public to make their views known on the future of public transport in the city, particularly on light rail, bus rapid transit, and park and ride.