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Bus Éireann and NTA celebrate one year of first all-electric bus service in Athlone town

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Bus Éireann and the National Transport Authority (NTA) are marking one year since the launch of Ireland’s first all-electric town service in Athlone town.

Mythological princess Gailbhe to be honoured by sculpture at new bridge

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The mythological princess of the Firbolg tribe, after whom Galway is said to be named will be honoured in a spectacular new sculpture at new Salmon Weir Pedestrian and Cycle Bridge.

Ireland’s taxi fleet increasing but late night services still hard to get

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There has been a growing year-on-year interest among aspiring taxi drivers hoping to join Ireland’s taxi fleet, according to mobility app FreeNow.

NTA publishes new bus network for Galway

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The National Transport Authority (NTA) last week published its final new bus network for Galway. The redesign of the bus network is one of the nine key elements of BusConnects Galway that aims to fundamentally transform the city’s bus system, making public transport more useful to more people.

Re-development of Ceannt Station to commence in January

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Athlone Depot and foreman recognised at Bus Éireann’s regional GEM awards

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The Athlone Bus Éireann depot and employee, Trevor Finneran, were recognised at the company’s annual GEM (‘Go the Extra Mile’) awards in recent times.

O’Rourke welcomes swift installation of much needed new town bus shelters

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Local Fianna Fáil councillor, Aengus O’Rourke, has this week welcomed the imminent installation of eight bus shelters at numerous locations in Athlone.

Ringroad planning back to square one

Original plans for the controversial N6 Galway ringroad have been resubmitted to An Bord Pleanala.

Lyons says pedestrian crossing urgently needed for Cappagh Road

Galway City West and Knocknacarra Councillor Donal Lyons has been receiving ongoing representations from concerned parents/residents requesting the installation of a pedestrian crossing on the Cappagh Road close to the excellent Galway City Council recreation facilities at Cappagh Park. The facilities at Cappagh Park are widely and extensively used by the youth of the greater Knocknacarra area.

New Dublin-Westport rail route from December

A new daily train service option from Dublin Heuston to Westport will offer Mayo commuters the chance to leave the capital at the later time of 7.35pm - rather than the current last train of 6.15pm - in order to get home - according to new plans by Irish Rail. Under the plan, passengers for Mayo on the 7.35pm (Dublin-Galway) train will be able to transfer at Athlone to catch the 21.08pm Athlone to Westport train, which should arrive in to Westport at around 11pm.

 

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