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Concerns mount over lack of bike parking facilities in city

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Removing bike racks from the city centre to make way for the Coke Zero Bike Share scheme has led to concerns from cyclists that they will be left with nowhere to park their bicycles.

More bus shelters is first step in increasing public transport use, says Lyons

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.

McDonnell demands audit on city junctions

Tuam Road resembles a “parking bay”; the lights at the Thermo King junction are “causing problems”; and after all the money spent on signalised junctions there is still trouble with traffic flow in the city.

Christmas Park and Ride scheme begins this Saturday

Bus Éireann is to provide the Park and Ride service, on behalf of the Galway City Council, beginning this Saturday, providing an affordable and convenient transportation alternative during the busy Christmas season.

Tourists left ‘confused’ by lack of signage during Ceannt Station works, says Cllr Ollie Crowe

The road closure at Ceannt Station and lack of signage are leaving visitors to the city “confused” and could affect tourism, warned city councillor Ollie Crowe who is calling for the situation to be rectified immediately.

Save euros and lose pounds during European Mobility Week

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Workers, students and parents dropping children to school can save money and get fitter by cycling, walking, carpooling or taking the bus, instead of travelling by car, particularly if they live 4km or under from their work, college or school.

McNelis calls for better tour bus parking facilities

The lack of proper tour bus parking facilities and the distance buses must drop tourists from the city centre “needs to be addressed as soon as possible”.

McNelis calls for better tour bus parking facilities

The lack of proper tour bus parking facilities and the distance buses must drop tourists from the city centre “needs to be addressed as soon as possible”.

Back in the saddle — Get on your bike for the Galway Bike Festival

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Smoothies, fancy dress, orienteering, the Wild West, films, bling, castles and even a visit to a shuttle all form part of the broad range of biking activities on offer for Galway Bike Festival, which runs from Saturday June 15 to Sunday June 23.

Ceannt station plans to put passengers out in the cold

Plans to give Ceannt Station a minor facelift is to cause problems for taxi drivers and users of the transport hub.

 

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