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Calleary and Smyth meet with NTA seeking improved bus services in Mayo

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Fianna Fáil TD for Mayo, Dara Calleary, and Mayo County Councillor, Michael Smyth, have met with the National Transport Authority to raise matters with bus services across East Mayo.

Extra bus services to Moycullen, Rosscahill, and Oughterard

Extra bus services are on the way for Moycullen, Rosscahill, and Oughterard, after the National Transport Authority agreed to licence evening and nighttime services to the areas.

Government Climate Action Plan offers no sustainable solutions

The recently appointed Longford/Westmeath Fianna Fáil spokesperson on Business, Deputy Robert Troy, has stated that the Government’s Climate Action Plan does not offer any new public transport initiatives and lacks substance.

Improved bus services for Leitir Meallain, Carraroe forthcoming says Ó Cuív

Fianna Fáil TD for Galway-West, Éamon Ó Cuív, has been informed that the National Transport Authority (NTA)/Bus Éireann will introduce a new timetable providing additional services to Leitir Meallain, An Cheathrú Rua in the very near future.

Local Link Mayo receives €20,000 grant

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Local Link Mayo has received funding of €20,000 from the National Transport Authority for the co-ordination of community transport to access social inclusion activities.

CIE asked to consider new bus route to Parkmore

CIE has been asked to consider introducing a new bus route from Eyre Square to Parkmore, to facilitate Parkmore employees living in estates along and off the Dublin Road, such as Rosshill and Roscam.

Funding secured at Local Link for Mayo

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Local Link Mayo have announced they are one of 15 groups nationally to secure funding for the administrate base to develop rural transport in Mayo.

Housing Minister to address urban regeneration conference in city next week

Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government, Eoghan Murphy will be among the speakers at a major conference on urban development organised by Galway Chamber in the inaugural City Regions Ireland event, scheduled to take place at NUI Galway on Thursday next, March 28.

Connolly demands public be involved in the upcoming review of city bus routes

The public must be involved in the upcoming review of the city’s bus routes, as any review without the input of the people who use public transport would be flawed and unrepresentative.

Get ready for RUXI’s midnight runners

Imagine the scene in a small rural cottage. It’s nine o clock on a Saturday (the regular crowd shuffles in)...Paddy is in the jacks, clean-shaven, unusually clean shaven for that hour of the night. New geansai on him. His Sunday mass geansai. His sums copy shirt underneath. A pair of Farah slacks giving him shape. Smell of Old Spice and Lynx off him. At this hour of a Saturday, he’s normally just about to get ready for cocoa and slippers and a shout at the telly “how did that hoor Darcy get his own TV show...”


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