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From this Sunday, September 13, Bus Éireann, will run additional Route 52 services from Ballina to Galway.
Quinn calls for bus service
The refusal by the National Transport Authority (NTA) to grant a Local Area Hackney Licence in the municipal district of Athenry-Oranmore has been criticised by a Galway County Councillor.
People Before Profit Galway has written to Minister for Transport Éamon Ryan, Minister of State in the Department of Transport, Hildegarde Nughton, and the National Transport Authority to demand that Knocknacarra’s bus service is reinstated.
The level of traffic throughout Ireland is returning to pre-pandemic levels, the Central Statistics Office (CSO) has said.
The Government's July Stimulus programme has created opportunities to quickly change the city's streets and create more facilities for people who walk, wheel and cycle, according to the Galway Cycling Campaign.
An online petition has been launched calling for reinstatement of bus services to the Knocknacarra area.
Deputy Éamon Ó Cuív has reiterated his call for the Minister for Transport, Tourism, and Sport, Eamon Ryan, to publish the rail review on the Western Rail Corridor from Athenry in County Galway to Claremorris in County Mayo as soon as possible.
Fianna Fáil TD Éamon Ó'Cuív has once again called on the Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport to publish the Rail Review on the Western Rail Corridor from Athenry in Galway to Claremorris in Mayo as soon as possible.
Cyclists around the city had their hopes dashed on Monday afternoon when Galway's city councillors defeated a motion to construct a temporary cycle lane in Salthill using funding from the National Transport Authority's (NTA) special Covid-19 Interim Mobility Measures Fund.