On the photo left to right: Adam Harris (CEO Asiam), Greg Barry (Director Local Link Mayo/Employability) and Angela Fahey (Local Link Mayo). TFI Local Link Mayo were delighted to be represented at the Castlebar Autism Friendly Town training event in Mayo Movie World with guest speaker, Adam Harris, CEO of Asiam.ie This event was part […]
The Minister of State at the Department of Health, Children, Equality, Disability and Integration, Anne Rabbitte has today joined with AsIAm, the National Transport Authority (NTA) and transport operators to launch a new initiative entitled “Prepare Me AsIAm for Public Transport”. Ireland’s National Autism Charity, AsIAm supports the Autistic community and their families to have […]
The National Transport Authority (NTA) publish the Connecting Ireland Phase 1 Review which assesses the key achievements of bus services launched in 2022. The Connecting Ireland Rural Mobility Plan is an initiative by the NTA to improve connectivity and mobility in rural areas through the development of new and enhanced public transport services. In Phase […]
67 new or enhanced rural bus services proposed across Ireland this year in Connecting Ireland Rural Mobility Plan The Minister for Transport, Eamon Ryan TD, with the National Transport Authority (NTA) today launched the Connecting Ireland Rural Mobility Plan for 2023 in Tullamore, Co. Offaly. In what is one of the most ambitious plans yet […]
The National Transport Authority (NTA), has launched a one year pilot programme for a special, limited Local Hackney service in a number of rural locations across Ireland. This is a grant aided programme, which aims to assist in the provision of rural transport by providing part-time local hackney services to communities in designated rural areas, which could […]
A number of Local Link Mayo routes have been extended to accommodate new passengers in the Ballyhaunis, Westport, Rossport and Geeslala areas and were recently launched by Minister for Rural and Community Development Michael Ring TD at an event in Ballyhaunis. These routes are known as demand responsive transport and they can accommodate door to door pick up where possible allowing people to access local shops,
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