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- Local Link Galway
LOCAL LINK YOUR LOCAL BUS SERVICE TFI Local Link Galway The local public transport bus service that provides better links between rural transport and national bus and rail services, serving the communities of County Galway. TFI Local Link bus services connect communities throughout rural Ireland as part of the TFI Public Transport Network. TFI Local Link bus services are affordable and available for anyone wishing to travel to or from their local town or village. TFI Local Link operate two different types of service; Regular Rural Bus Services and Door-to-Door Bus Services. Services do not operate on Public Holidays CLICK HERE FOR TIMETABLES RECENT POSTS More... May 10 COVID-19 May 2021 Update Under new public health measures announced by the Government on April 29th, restrictions on the use of public transport are to be eased.... Jan 27 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... Nov 24, 2020 Eyrecourt and Laurencetown road maintenance Due to road maintenance between Eyrecourt and Laurencetown beginning 2nd November and continuing until the 14th November, passengers may... Oct 21, 2020 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....
- Local Link Galway | Covid19 Update
Coronavirus COVID-19 Updates Last updated: 14:16 21st May Travel during COVID-19 Public transport services are currently running a full schedule of services. Onboard capacity (sitting and standing) is operating at 50% capacity. Face coverings must be worn on public transport. Operators have an enhanced daily cleaning regime on their fleet, including, the sanitising of frequently touched surfaces onboard. It is recommended you travel off-peak if you can, to avoid large crowds. Those who can get to their destination by walking or cycling are encouraged to do so. Please continue to comply with signage onboard vehicles, and to leave windows open where possible. Be mindful of the more vulnerable customer whose need for a seat may be greater than yours. Taxis and hackneys continue to be widely available in all parts of the country and are a very convenient transport mode. Passengers are advised to 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 .
- Local Link Galway | Timetables
TIMETABLES 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. Reset Select Area... North of Galway South of Galway West of Galway arrow&v Select Day... Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday arrow&v No available routes found Routes Abbeyknockmoy to Tuam An Cheathrú Rua/Ros a Mhíl Athenry to Loughrea Ballinasloe Town Ballinasloe to Loughrea - Route 548 Ballymacward to Ballinasloe Bunnahown/Cashel/Recess Caltra to Ballinasloe Cappataggle to Ballinasloe Carna/Casla Carna/Cill Chiaráin Cashel Clifden Ceantar Rosmuc Clarinbridge to Galway Cleggan/Streamstown Corrandulla/Annaghdown Creggs/Glinsk to Roscommon/Castlerea Derryrush/Rosmuc Dunmore to Tuam Glenamaddy Area Gort to Loughrea - Route 934 Headford Area to Headford Headford Area to Tuam Headford to Galway Kilchreest to Galway Kilchreest to Loughrea Kilkerrin/Clonbern to Roscommon Killererin/Barnaderg Killimor to Ballinasloe Loughrea to Ballinasloe - Route 548 Loughrea to Gort - Route 934 Loughrea to Gort Fridays Maree to Oranmore Maree/Oranmore to Galway Mountbellew to Galway Mullagh to Loughrea Newbridge/Ballygar to Roscommon Oranmore Area Portumna & Surrounding Area Portumna to Athlone Portumna to Ballinasloe - Route 547 Portumna to Ballinasloe Saturdays Portumna to Loughrea Portumna to Loughrea Saturdays Roscahill/Moycullen Rosmuc/Lettermore/Casla Roundstone/Ballyconneely Shenaphaistín/Oughterard Spiddal/Boluisce Tuam Area Williamstown/Ballymoe to Roscommon Woodford to Galway Woodford to Loughrea Woodford to Portumna
- COVID-19 May 2021 Update
Under new public health measures announced by the Government on April 29th, restrictions on the use of public transport are to be eased. All operators are now providing a full timetable and from Monday May 10th, sitting and standing capacity on public transport is to increase from 25% of normal capacity to 50%. NTA advice is to: Avoid travelling at peaks and avoid crowded services Continue to work from home if you can Mask up on public transport Anne Graham, NTA Chief Executive Officer said: “The easing of restrictions will enable us to carry more passengers and we believe that looking beyond the Covid pandemic, public transport has a crucial role to play in the recovery of our society and economy. For now, the increase of capacity to 50% is welcome, and means that as the economy opens up and as greater numbers return to the workplace and start moving around, public transport will be an option for more people. But we will continue to be realistic and to exercise caution. It’s more important than ever that people continue to follow the public health advice as we gradually re-open our economy and roll out the vaccine programme. From Monday our buses, trains and trams are likely to be busier than at any time since the beginning of the pandemic. We’re asking customers, before they set out, to consider whether their journey is necessary, to ensure that there’s space for those who need it most. This is particularly the case at peak times when students are travelling to and from school. Our advice is to travel off-peak if at all possible. Plan your trip and leave yourself additional time so you can avoid crowds. As demand for public transport increases, full social distancing will not always be possible, which is why passengers’ continued co-operation in wearing a face covering on board public transport is more important than ever. We’re asking customers to comply with signage on board vehicles, and to leave windows open where possible. And if you’re on a busy service, be mindful of the more vulnerable customer whose need for a seat may be greater than yours. Taxis and hackneys continue to be widely available in all parts of the country and are very often the best way of getting from one place to another.” Let’s travel together safely.” Remember: Those who can work from home should work from home. Walk or cycle where possible. Operators have an enhanced daily cleaning regime on their fleet in order to contain the potential spread of Coronavirus (COVID‐19). This includes the sanitising of frequently touched surfaces on board and extending cleaning regimes to include inter-peak cleaning at depots and stations. Use the hand sanitiser provided by transport operators. Use a Leap Card where possible. Link to TFI page: https://www.transportforireland.ie/news/travel-off-peak-where-possible-nta-advises-customers/
- 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.