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A major Traffic and Travel Trends Survey investigating traffic congestion on the east side of the city has recommended that a bus lane be introduced in Parkmore to enable the speedier movement of traffic into the area in the morning and exiting in the afternoon. It also found that there was scope for additional bus routes on the east side of the city to the business parks.
lection candidate in Galway West John Connolly has called on Galway City Council to seriously consider a permanent Park and Ride facility to ease traffic congestion in the city.
Research by motoring solutions specialist, easytrip, Ireland’s only parking and tolling provider, has revealed that more than 40 per cent of Irish drivers have admitted to parking on double yellow lines.
Bus Éireann is to provide the Park and Ride service, on behalf of the Galway City Council, beginning this Saturday, providing an affordable and convenient transportation alternative during the busy Christmas season.
The Christmas park and ride service returns on Saturday November 30 at 7am and the Galway City Council is aiming to surpass the number of 23,000 passengers who used the service last year.
A new six month pilot park and ride service based at Galway Airport in Carnmore opened this week, with bus service to and from the city centre every 20 to 30 minutes.
MORE THAN 21,000 people used the Galway City Council’s Christmas park and ride service in December, the largest number yet to use the service.
The success of the Christmas Park and Ride scheme has encouraged the Galway City Council to look again at constructing a permanent P&R facility in the city.
Galway City Council's Park and Ride Service swings into operation for the Christmas season this Saturday December 3. Catering for workers, shoppers and visitors to the City alike, the first bus departs Ballybrit Racecourse at 7:00am, kickstarting the service, which will shuttle passengers to and from the City Centre every fifteen minutes until 9:30pm Monday to Saturday and from 11:00am to 7:00pm on Sundays.
To encourage maximum uptake of it's Christmas Park and Ride Service, which begins on Saturday December 3, Galway City Council is keeping the fare at a highly competitive level of just €2 per car irrespective of the number of passengers.