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Pictured are some of the Bus Éireann staff at the Galway depot who are providing vital services to the people of Galway during the Covid 19 restrictions. (front l-r) Dwayne Gallagher, Caroline Freeney, Peter Melia and Brian Connolly. (Back l-r) Robert Tierney, John Dubber and Marie Byrne. Bus Éireann have 270 employees in Galway and operate 20 Routes including city, rural and Expressway intercity services.
Galway business, GoBus.ie awarded the prize for Coach Operator of the Year 2020 - Intercity category at the Fleet Bus & Coach Awards.
On Thursday 14th of November, Galway’s GoBus.ie added to their impressive list of awards and accolades as they won Coach Operator of the year 2020 – Intercity at the Fleet Bus & Coach Awards.
Mayo Chambers, a business group representing more than 4,000 Mayo businesses, has called for the rail line between Claremorris and Athenry to be reinstated for freight services to connect the county directly with Waterford, Cork, and Foynes ports.
Iarnród Éireann has announced that all of the company’s Intercity trains are now equipped with free WiFi.
The first three months of the year has seen punctuality improve across all services, measured by the criteria for punctuality set out by the National Transport Authority.
Infrastructural improvements and shorter journey times for the Galway to Dublin line are just some of the recommendations of a report presented yesterday to the Rail Vision 2030 seminar, with indications that further consideration could also be given to an Athenry to Tuam rail line.
Westport Labour councillor Keith Martin has called on Irish Rail to reverse new fare increases on the Westport to Dublin route which he said are proving a “disincentive to rail travel and will impact on visitor numbers to the town this year”.
Iarnród Éireann is proposing that the central focus of investment plans for the national Intercity network in the revised transport investment programme be targeted at improving speeds on the country’s long-distance rail lines.
Iarnród Éireann has announced a new process for major rail schedule revisions which will ensure that customers have a say in timetable changes before they are formally adopted.
Improvements to the rail service between Westport and Dublin will take 12 minutes off the journey, meaning it will take just three hours and 23 minutes to arrive at the capital.