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At a meeting of the Northern and Western Regional Assembly last Friday attended by the Minister for Transport Eamonn Ryan, members questioned the Minister on the future of the Western Rail Corridor north of Athenry.
The rail reports into the viability of the Western Rail Corridor have shown that there is no case for investing in a railway line along the route, according to the Western Rail Trail Greenway Alliance.
Transport Minister Eamon Ryan has reiterated his support for the reopening of the Western Rail Corridor and Limerick-Foynes rail links.
Two projects in Mayo are going to benefit from a €700,000 investment in the county under the Outdoor Recreation Infrastructure Scheme - which is administered by Minister Michael Ring's department.
Galway business, GoBus.ie awarded the prize for Coach Operator of the Year 2020 - Intercity category at the Fleet Bus & Coach Awards.
On Thursday 14th of November, Galway’s GoBus.ie added to their impressive list of awards and accolades as they won Coach Operator of the year 2020 – Intercity at the Fleet Bus & Coach Awards.
It is “vital” the Western Rail Corridor be included as part of the Government’s Capital Plan, as developing rail is essential for connectivity, more balanced regional development, and in supporting more sustainable and lower environmental impact transport options.
The Galway County Council rejected calls for a feasibility study to be carried out on the establishment of a greenway on the western rail corridor.
Mayo Chambers, a business group representing more than 4,000 Mayo businesses, has called for the rail line between Claremorris and Athenry to be reinstated for freight services to connect the county directly with Waterford, Cork, and Foynes ports.
Redeveloping the Galway-Mayo railway corridor stands to reap significant rewards for local communities, but trying to revive it as an actual working railway is only a "pie in the sky" dream.