In association with - Galway's public transport information site

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

GoBus service changes, from 1 March 2011

From Tuesday March 1st 2011:
  • The 8:45pm Galway to Dublin City and Airport service will run on Sunday’s only
  • The 1am Dublin Airport to Galway service is cancelled.

Monday, February 21, 2011

Loughrea public transport map

A neighbourhood map for the town of Loughrea is now available.

This shows the location of places-of-interest in Loughrea, Co Galway, and has information about public transport in the area.

Friday, February 18, 2011

GoBus operating in association with Bus Éireann for non-stop Galway / Dublin services

From 15 February, Gobus and Bus Éireann have an association for non-stop services between Dublin / Dublin airport and Galway.

Service changes:
At this stage, there are no changes to ticketing, timetables or bus-stops:  GoBus passengers who want to access onward Bus Éireann expressway services from Dublin must buy tickets separately from the regular outlets.

Further information:

Press releases from:

Sunday, February 6, 2011

Flights from Galway to London Southend, twice daily from March 2011

From 27 March 2011, Aer Arann will fly daily (morning and evening) from to Galway to London's Southend Airport, which is served by a number of land transport options to central London.

See Aer Arran's website for further information.

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Bus Éireann tickets available on the Taxsaver on-line ordering site

From Wed 2 February, company administrators can purchase Bus Éireann and Dublin Bus tickets through the Taxsaver on-line ordering site.

This is in addition to the Irish Rail / Iarnród Éireann tickets that have been available this way for some time. have published a guide to the new site for employers.


Taxsaver is a scheme that allows companies to purchase monthly or annual public-transport tickets for their employees at a discount.  The arrangement is open to any public-transport company and employers that want to participate - not just the ones affiliated to - although much of the information on the website applies to the scheme as a whole.

In all cases:
  • ticket ordering is done by administrators from participating employers, and
  • ticket invoicing and distribution is done by participating public-transport companies
Individual employees / commuters cannot access the discounts themselves.