Additional lay-by areas on the main route connecting West Clare and Ennis to prevent traffic congesting behind slow moving vehicles have been sought.
Creation of a town bus service for Ennis is “long overdue”, councillors have said while plans for such a scheme are being progressed by the National Transport Authority (NTA).
Clare taxi drivers are afraid of the financial uncertainty and the potential health risks posed by returning to the ranks.
A “proactive programme” to aid the recovery of businesses in East Clare has been requested by an elected representative of Clare County Council.
Clare Bus has yet to apply for the tender of nine local routes with the future of the East Clare transport provider still uncertain.
A mediator has been appointed to settle a long-running dispute between Clare Bus and the National Transport Authority (NTA).
An audit of Clare Accessible Transport is to be made public following talks between the National Transport Authority (NTA) and Clare’s Oireachtas members on the future of Clare Bus.
Acting Transport Minister Shane Ross (IND) has been slammed by Clare TD, Michael McNamara (IND) for the manner in which management of Clare Bus were “silenced” by the National Transport Authority and the treatment of its workers.
*Clare Bus making its way into Scariff. Photograph: Martin Connolly Frustration and anger has been voiced in East Clare with…
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