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June bank holiday buses and trains in Galway, 2018

Monday 4 June 2018 is a Public / Bank Holiday in Ireland.

A number of public transport services have timetable changes because of this.

The changes in the Galway region are as outlined below.

See also:   public transport for the Fever Pitch music festival.

City Buses

Bus √Čireann and City Direct will run their their standard Sunday and public holiday city services in Galway on Monday 4th June.

Regional Buses

Most regional and national public transport services will run their standard Sunday-timetable service on both Sunday 3rd and Monday 4th of June 2018.

However:
  • Bus √Čireann will run a regular Sunday timetable on Sunday 3 June, except the 3:30pm Dundalk to Galway and 6pm Galway to Dundalk are cancelled.  Details.
  • Bus √Čireann will operate to a Sunday timetable on Monday 4th, but with  a number of changes to Clifden and Dundalk services.  See their announcement for details.
  • Bus Feda  (Donegal) have a reduced Sunday service on both Sunday and Monday.   See their announcement for more details.
  • BusLink (Athnery) have regular Bank Holiday alterations in their timetable:    In short, no 7am, 8am or 10am bus from Athenry, No 9am, 11am or 5:10pm bus from Galway, NiteLink service runs on Sunday night as well as Saturday.
  • CityLink will run their regular Sunday timetable on Monday 4th, instead of on Sunday 3rd (they usually run extra buses on Sundays, which are transferred to Monday on bank holiday weekends).

Trains

Irish Rail will operate close to normal Sunday services on both Sinday and Monday.

See their published June bank holiday timetable for details.