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With just a few days left until Christmas, enjoy hassle free travel to Galway City by using the Park and Ride from Ballybrit for just €3
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.
Older & Bolder has called on Kathleen Lynch, the Minister with responsibility for older people, to reassure people following suggestions from the IMF that vital supports for pensioners should be cut.
The proposal to introduce school bus charges of €500 per annum for primary school children who are currently entitled to free travel and an additional €200 per secondary school child has been condemned.
Westport based Fine Gael TD Michael Ring told his party’s national conference last weekend that over a decade of continuous Fianna Fáil governance has chipped away at rural Ireland, while service after service has been axed. He went on to say that he would bring a number of rural transport proposals to the party which would ensure a thriving rural Ireland into the future.
You’ve gotta hand it to the 10,000 senior citizens who used their free travel passes to get to Dublin yesterday, in order to protest outside the Dáil as a result of the medical card fiasco.
Galway City Council has launched its forthcoming Park and Ride campaign aimed at significantly reducing car use in the run up to the busy Christmas period in Galway. This year its newly operational Galway Transportation Unit focused on an integrated approach involving the Department of Transport, Iarnród Éireann, An Taisce Green-Schools Programme, and Bus Éireann in an effort to curb car use in Galway by offering a number of cut price, ‘hassle free’ options of travelling to and from Galway other than by private car.
In a spring fare sale, Irish Ferries has chopped 50 per cent off the cost of travel on its Ireland - France service for those able to travel during the period February 21 to May 14 next.
In a spring fare sale, Irish Ferries have chopped 50 per cent off the cost of travel on their Ireland - France service for those able to travel during the period February 21 to May 14 next.
The hotly-anticipated Irwin Ultimate Tradesman Challenge lands on Irish shores with two exciting events taking place in Athlone and Galway this April.