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- Local Link Galway
LOCAL LINK YOUR LOCAL BUS SERVICE Local Link Galway is delighted to announce the introduction of a new service – Route 547 Portumna to Ballinasloe. Calling at Portumna, Eyecourt, and Ballinasloe, the new service also caters for connections at Ballinasloe Train Station to Athlone, Dublin and Galway. This new service operates seven days a week, four times a day in both directions Monday to Saturday with reduced services on Sunday. With fares from as little as €2.50 including the Free Travel Pass and children under five go free. "The service will operate fully accessible, low floor vehicles with up to 4 return journeys per day. This will provide a much needed link between the towns. Portumna is an important tourist hub in the east of the county which will benefit greatly from direct links to Ballinasloe and the Irish Rail network. Equally as important this new service will provide social, commercial and health links across the region. We are confident that the whole region will benefit greatly from this new initiative." This new service is the latest addition to Local Link Galway. With over 60 services a week including demand responsive and Door to Door. Covering the entire County Galway region Local Link Galway is your Local Bus Service. For more details on this service or any of our other services please visit local link Galway or call 091 – 842 384. www.locallink.ie
- Local Link Galway | Contact Us
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- Local Link Galway | Covid19 Update
Coronavirus COVID-19 Updates Last updated: 11:05 20th of January Public transport is currently operating at 25% capacity, and should be used for necessary journeys only. Iarnród Éireann services are currently operating a revised and reduced schedule reflecting the significant reduction in demand arising from the latest Level 5 restrictions, and to ensure service continuity and resilience for essential workers who must travel. Pre-booking is mandatory on all Iarnród Éireann Intercity rail services until further notice. For more details visit irishrail.ie. From Monday 18th January, Dublin Bus will operate an enhanced Saturday schedule on weekdays. Schedules will be based on the current Saturday timetables, augmented by additional services, especially in the early morning peak. The revised schedules reflect the current demand for services. For details visit dublinbus.ie. Face coverings must be worn on public transport and anyone who can get to their destination by walking or cycling are strongly encouraged to do so. Passengers are asked to continue to respect priority seating areas for those who need them, use a TFI Leap Card where possible and please Do not use public transport if you are experiencing any of the . symptoms of COVID-19 For reliable, up-to-date, information and guidance visit , TFI face covering information Gov.ie Guidance on safe use of face coverings and . HSE.ie face covering advice
- Covid-19 Level 5 January 2021 Update
Level 5 restrictions set to be extended until March 5th 2021 At Level 5, the public health risk means that you will be asked to stay at home, except for travel for work, education or other essential purposes, or to take exercise within 5km of home. There will be no gatherings other than small numbers at funerals and weddings. Face coverings must be worn. Walk or cycle where possible. Avoid public transport - except for essential workers and essential purposes only. Public transport capacity will be restricted to 25%. All measures in Level 5 will run until at least March 5 2021. The message is to 'stay home, hold firm and stick to the basics.'
- Eyrecourt and Laurencetown road maintenance
Due to road maintenance between Eyrecourt and Laurencetown beginning 2nd November and continuing until the 14th November, passengers may experience delays on this service. We will try to minimise any disruptions and continue to make scheduled connections at Ballinasloe and Portumna.
- Covid-19 October Update
From midnight on Wednesday 21st October, Ireland will move to Level 5 of the Government’s Living with Covid plan until December 1st. Public transport will operate at 25% capacity for the purposes of allowing those providing essential services to get to work. Face coverings must be worn on public transport. We strongly encourage that anyone who can get to their destination by walking or cycling to please do so. We ask that passengers continue to respect priority seating areas for those who need them and use your TFI Leap Card where possible. Do not use public transport if you are experiencing any of the symptoms of COVID-19. For reliable, up-to-date, information and guidance visit TFI face covering information, Gov.ie Guidance on safe use of face coverings and HSE.ie face covering advice.