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NTA says rural areas won’t be left behind if services to Bus Éireann are cut
Rural areas won’t be left behind if services to Bus Éireann are cut, according to the National Transport Authority.
Representatives from the NTA are appearing before the Oireachtas Transport Committee this morning.
It comes amid reports that three routes will be cut in order to improve the financial situation at Bus Éireann. One of the routes under threat is the Clonmel to Dublin service which serves Callan and Kilkenny.
But the NTA’s CEO Anne Graham says if that happens, they will examine the towns left behind to provide alternative services.