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The level of bus services in Galway city, Bearna and Oranmore will increase by nearly 50%, according to the draft new bus network for Galway plan launched this week in the city by the National Transport Authority (NTA).
Research on property prices in Dublin has shown that buyers are willing to pay a premium to live close to public transport, with houses located close to light rail links achieving premiums of over €120,000 above standard prices for similar properties.
Athlone passengers are benefiting from significantly enhanced services and timetables on Routes 190 (Athlone to Drogheda) and 466 (Athlone to Cavan) operated by Bus Éireann on behalf of the National Transport Authority.
Dermot Hession, whose idea to introduce reverse vending machines in bus stations across the country, was celebrated at the 2022 annual Bus Éireann GEM (Go the Extra Mile) Awards. The awards acknowledge the dedication, exceptional service and heroic efforts of its employees across the country.
Bus Éireann, Ireland’s national bus company, is encouraging country music fans in Galway to leave their cars at home when travelling to the Garth Brooks concerts in Dublin this week, by taking one of their special direct services from Galway Bus Station to Busáras in Dublin instead.
Bus Éireann, Ireland’s national bus company, has celebrated its employees’ success in 2021 at the annual GEM (‘Go the Extra Mile’) Awards which recognise excellent customer service, community impact, performance and forward-thinking.
At Port of Waterford Port this week, Iarnród Eireann and XPO Logistics, a leading global provider of freight transportation solutions, launched a new rail freight service in each direction between Ballina and Waterford.
Bus Éireann, Ireland’s national bus company, has welcomed the return to full capacity on all public transport. Measures introduced to safeguard passengers and employees remain in force including:
‘Disastrous’ Bus Eireann decision on Galway to Dublin service will disadvantage rural communities, warn Galway politicians
“Disastrous”, “mind boggling”, and “shocking” is how Galway politicians have described Bus Eireann’s decision to cancel the 20/X20 Expressway service from Galway to Dublin.