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Proposals for a greenway allowing people to cycle or walk from Westport to Ballina via Castlebar or vice versa took a step forward this week, with the allocation of Government funding for a concept and feasibility study for a 60km route linking the three towns.
Pictured are some of the Bus Éireann staff at the Galway depot who are providing vital services to the people of Galway during the Covid 19 restrictions. (front l-r) Dwayne Gallagher, Caroline Freeney, Peter Melia and Brian Connolly. (Back l-r) Robert Tierney, John Dubber and Marie Byrne. Bus Éireann have 270 employees in Galway and operate 20 Routes including city, rural and Expressway intercity services.
A total of 2.13 million journeys were recorded on the Dublin/Galway rail line in 2019, the highest figures ever recorded on the route. This represents a 4.1 per cent increase on 2018.
THE Galway depot of Bus Éireann won the coveted Depot of the Year at the annual Bus Éireann GEM awards last weekend.
The potential European funding available for the Western Rail Corridor will be explored at an important public meeting in Athenry tonight Thursday December 12.
Galway city's bus services are not "operating at optimal level", with a number of heavily populated areas having no bus service, while other routes have "insufficient capacity at peak times".
Leap card fares should be reduced to €1 on all Galway city bus routes during the Christmas shopping period, to encourage people to shop in Galway and to help reduce traffic congestion and the city's carbon emissions.
A designated commuter train from Athenry to Galway could become a reality after a motion was adopted calling on City Hall to work in conjunction with the Galway County Galway, to ask Iarnród Éireann, for such a service.
Celebrating 150 years, the 2019 Galway Racing Festival will get off to a flying start next Monday, 29 July 29 until Sunday, 4 August at Ballybrit Racecourse. Bus Éireann will provide direct Special Shuttle Services for race-goers for the seven days of this hugely popular event.
Offered to the market via private treaty, No 44 Fearann Ri is a large semidetached property in the popular Galway city residential suburb of Doughiska. Presented in good condition throughout, the property offers ample living space of approximately 109.14sq m over two storeys.