Rural commuters and transport companies being ignored

The Government has been accused of ignoring regional-based commuters in its plan to reopen the economy.

That’s according to a Sligo based commercial transport provider.


Decreased capacity levels and an absence of adequate State aid mean that commercial bus operators must now decide whether to double their losses or leave commuters stranded at the roadside.


Aidan Furey is a director with Furey’s coaches in Sligo, he’s says that the Government are failing to provide adequate information on how they should continue to operate during the pandemic: