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Bike scheme needs to be extended to more student populated areas, says Nolan

Galway West TD, Derek Nolan has called for the Galway Bike Scheme to be extended to a number of additional locations across the city that would help increase the number of students using the service.

Bike scheme proves a success, but TD demands city centre become more bike friendly

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More than 1,800 people have joined the Galway Bike Scheme, taking some 11,200 journeys by bike in first five months of 2015, but the success of the scheme is highlighting the need for more cycle lanes in the city.

Up to €1.6m bus pole contract for Tuam Engineering firm

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Tuam firm Larkin Engineering and Street Products have secured a prestige contract worth up to €1.6 million over the next two years for the supply of bus poles, with information display cases and metal flags to the National Transport Authority (NTA).

Athlone-Westport bus service must meet community needs - Naughten

Deputy Denis Naughten has strongly criticised the plan by Bus Éireann to issue a “use it or lose it” demand to communities along the Athlone-Westport bus route.

Minister launches Coca-Cola Zero Bikes in Galway

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The Minister for Transport, Tourism, and Sport, Paschal Donohoe, was this week joined by Gerry Murphy, CEO of the National Transport Authority, Frank O’Donnell, general manager of Coca-Cola HBC Ireland and Northern Ireland, and Hector Ó hEochagáin, TV and radio personality, at Eyre Square to officially launch the Coca-Cola Zero Bikes in the city.

We’re back in the saddle again...

On Monday week in Galway city, the ride will most definitely not be out of the question. For the cost of a loaf, a pint of milk, and one of those old-style paid-for newspapers you’d buy for your granny, you will be able to ride your way around this city to your heart’s content.

Registration opens for Galway’s bike rental scheme ahead of launch in ten days

Registration has opened this week for the Coca-Cola Zero Bikes scheme, which is due to launch in Galway later this month.

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.

Leap Card now in Galway – fares up to sixteen per cent cheaper

The National Transport Authority’s Leap Card integrated ticketing scheme is now live in Galway City on Bus Éireann services and on City Direct services (from Cappagh to the West and Oranmore and Parkmore to the East of the City).

Council to play greater role in public transport

Westmeath County Council is to act as the local transport authority for counties Westmeath and Longford, under new plans unveiled by the National Transport Authority.

 

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