The National Transport Authority have confirmed full public transport services are continuing to operate, other than a limited number of commercial services - for a list of these services please visit the Transport for Ireland website. In line with the announcement by government on Thursday March 12th , the National Transport Authority confirms that public transport services will continue to run as normal next week with regular updates to be provided over the coming days.
As Ireland moves into Phase Two of its COVID-19 lockdown exit strategy, Local Link is urging passengers to pre-book its Door-to-Door services in order to maintain social distance requirements as capacity on its services is limited. While passengers are still able to travel on Local Link services at peak times for essential trips such as medical appointments and grocery shopping, passengers should only travel at off-peak times provided that capacity is available and they are not availing of seats required by other passengers for essential trips
Services on public transport have increased as part of Phase 2 of the Government’s Roadmap for Reopening Society and Business. Local Link Mayo services are continuing to offer a collect and deliver service throughout the county, from pharmacies and local shops, delivering critical medical supplies and meals to the elderly, the vulnerable and sick within rural areas. […]
A special programme featuring highlights from the Covid-19 community response in Mayo will be broadcast on Henry McGlade’s iMayo TV on Sky TV channel 192 on, Thursday, June 4th at 7:00pm and there will be a repeat on Tuesday 9th at 12:30pm, Thursday 11th at 7:00pm, Saturday 13th at 8:00pm. The programme will demonstrate the tremendous community collaboration in Mayo in response to the pandemic and will feature efforts in Killala, Killasser
Services on public transport will increase from Monday as part of Phase 2 of the Government’s Roadmap for Reopening Society and Business. Services provided for Iarnród Éireann, Dublin Bus, Go-Ahead Ireland and Bus Éireann were reduced by approximately 20% in the first week of April in response to the Covid crisis.