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Calls have been made for the installation of a bus shelter in the North Leitrim town of Drumkeerin. Local Sinn Fein Councillor Padraig Fallon has highlighted the fact that residents in Drumkeerin that avail of the local link bus service are forced to wait for the bus outdoors and at…

Two government Ministers are expected in Donegal today to launch a rural bus service that will bring people to more remote parts of the Wild Atlantic Way. Minister of State for Tourism and Sport Brendan Griffin and Donegal’s Gaeltacht Minister Joe McHugh are expected at the launch today in Malin…

Donegal is among 19 counties where a new State-subsidised evening and nighttime bus service is to be introduced. It will be in Glencolmcille/Donegal Town, Burtonport, and Fanad and Carrigans in the Letterkenny area. The scheme has been announced by Transport Minister Shane Ross on a six-month trial basis from June…

For the first time, a new public transport service will start this coming Friday morning between Sligo and Rossnowlagh in County Donegal. Camilla Kelly is manager of Local Link Sligo/Leitrim/Roscommon, which runs the service. She spoke to Ocean FM News earlier:

A new rural bus service is expected to be launched linking north Sligo with south Donegal, according to Sligo/Leitrim Fine Gael Deputy Tony McLoughlin. Due to start in May, it will operate from Sligo via Rathcormac, Drumcliffe, Carney, Lissadell, Maugherow, Ballinfull, Streedagh, Grange, Cliffoney, Mullaghmore, Tullaghan Village, and onto Bundoran,…