Tír na nÓg were providing the service that closed in December 2015 with no replacement since.
Councillor John Pender says the speed limits might not go far enough to tackle the problem.
It's hoped that more funding might be granted in next year's budget.
Part Two-11am-12noon John Masterson is a lean, mean, knitting machine… Really? Tune in and find out about our Innocent Giveaway and all...
Part One-10am-11am John Masterson is a lean, mean, knitting machine… Really? Tune in and find out about our Innocent Giveaway and all...
Yvonne Jones was appointed to the role at the Chamber AGM this week
28 Transition Years from Coláiste Pobal Osrai will be accompanied by 3 of their teachers on the trip of a lifetime.
St Willibrord studied and was ordained in Carlow
He was speaking as Carlow and Kilkenny prepare to welcome the national Cycle Against Suicide this year.
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Tourism buyers from 19 different countries finish their tour of Carlow and Kilkenny today
Hundreds of students gathering in Carlow for All-Ireland Schools Hunter trials
Don’t forget to put your clocks forward tonight!
Kilkenny Volunteer Service launch new website
Tourism buyers from 19 countries touring Kilkenny and Carlow today
Kathleen Funchion to meet head of National Transport Authority over axing of Bus Éireann X7 service
Kilkenny Green Party councillor Malcolm Noonan says party is confident but realistic about future
Day two of Bus Éireann strikes underway but Irish Rail services back to normal
KCLR Live Friday 24th March 2017-Part Two
KCLR Live Friday 24th March 2017-Part One