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Unless there are proper levels of investment in public transport, bus services in the city will continually fail to "keep up with the demand of peak times users".
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.
Fianna Fáil TD for Mayo, Dara Calleary, and Mayo County Councillor, Michael Smyth, have met with the National Transport Authority to raise matters with bus services across East Mayo.
Cushman & Wakefield Galway brings to the market a prime residential site in Oranmore, Co Galway. The site, which extends to approximately 2.66 hectares (6.57 acres), is located in one of Galway’s most sought-after residential areas.
The introduction of €1 fares on buses in Galway city for July has been hailed as “a huge success”, according to Social Democrats Galway West General Election candidate Niall Ó Tuathail, who has called for the low fare period to be extended.
Extra bus services are on the way for Moycullen, Rosscahill, and Oughterard, after the National Transport Authority agreed to licence evening and nighttime services to the areas.
Fianna Fáil TD for Galway-West, Éamon Ó Cuív, has been informed that the National Transport Authority (NTA)/Bus Éireann will introduce a new timetable providing additional services to Leitir Meallain, An Cheathrú Rua in the very near future.
On Friday June 7, at the first meeting of the new city council, the 33-year-old Independent city councillor, Mike Cubbard, was elected Mayor of Galway city - in the process becoming one of the youngest people ever to hold the position, since it was founded in 1485.
O'Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers is offering for sale an excellent detached home on an elevated site in the popular residential development of Sycamore Cove and overlooking Maree Bay.
A jump of 13 per cent in passenger numbers on Bus Éireann services across the city, according to figures released this week, is “further evidence” that “proper investment” and a strategic plan to develop bus services in Galway is “urgently needed”.