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Bus Éireann fined for 2011 Ballina depot death

A representative for Bus Éireann told a Mayo district court this week that the death of a man at its Ballina depot three years ago was a “source of profound regret” for the entire company.

Improved expressway service to Dublin Airport

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The improved Bus Éireann expressway route 20/X20 that travels from Galway to Dublin Airport, and connects to Dublin city, has been launched.

Passengers await news of Bus Eireann strike

Public transport passengers throughout Galway are being advised to check the Bus Eireann website this morning to see if services will resume following talks which continued up to the deadline of midnight last night.

New TaxSaver ticket scheme offers saving for commuters and employers

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Cash-strapped commuters can avail of unlimited bus travel around the city (including weekends and evenings) for as little as €5.89 a week by acquiring a TaxSaver commuter ticket.

Irish Rail add three more carriages to Westport lunchtime train service

Increased demand on two train services between Dublin and Westport has led to the announcement that additional carriages will be supplied.

Save on your holiday costs before you leave Ireland by using Bus Eireann

Galway holidaymakers can save money on their holiday costs before they leave the country by taking Bus Éireann’s daily services from Galway to Dublin Airport on its Expressway Route X20 service.

Iarnród Éireann’s local initiative

Iarnród Éireann has also launched a new community initiative to support organisations and groups in the voluntary, community, sporting and charity sector.

Extra Westport-Dublin train carriages welcomed

The decision by Irish Rail to increase the number of carriages on the 13.15pm train between Westport and Dublin has been welcomed by Mayo Fine Gael TD John O’Mahony.

Return of Thursday Bus Eireann Service

Man couldn’t get his bike to Mayo by train

The Mayo Green Party has strongly criticised bus and train services in the West of Ireland. The party has highlighted the case of Paul Lynch, a research worker recently employed by the Sustainability Institute. Mr Lynch, who was carrying out important research into renewable energy in Mayo, recently set off back to his home town of Macroom in Co Cork by bicycle.

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