Bus Éireann announces improved services and times in County Tipperary
Passengers travelling from Cashel to Limerick are benefitting from significantly enhanced services and timetables on Route 332 operated by Bus Éireann on behalf of the National Transport Authority. The enhanced Route 332 now links Cashel with Limerick City for the first time while other improvements include a trebling of services, additional stops in Limerick City as well as an evening service departing Limerick at 20.00pm. Tipperary students are also benefitting from a direct service from Cashel to the University of Limerick.
“Bus Éireann was delighted to introduce these new and improved services from Cashel to Limerick last month, significantly increasing services for the people of Tipperary,” said Brian Connolly, Bus Éireann, Senior Operations Manager, West. “Thanks to the National Transport Authority, through the Connecting Ireland Rural Mobility Plan we have added 1.7 million kilometres to our network and are creating almost 50 new jobs. Demand for our services in the West is higher now than pre-pandemic, this new service between Cashel and Limerick will enable us to connect more people with who and what matters to them. The new route is proving particularly popular at the moment for Cashel Christmas shoppers who are choosing to take the bus and leave the car at home.”
“We are delighted to have the new Bus Éireann Connecting Ireland routes making heritage towns and sites more accessible for tourists and locals alike,” said Sam Long, Cashel Tourism Officer.
Bus Éireann Route 332 serves Cashel, Dundrum, Annacarthy, Cappawhite, Doon, Cappamore, Drumsally Cross, Moroe, Cappahanna Upper, Newport, Barna, Lisnagry, Limerick. Updated service details and timetables are available at buseireann.ie.
Pictured: Joe O’Sullivan, People Operations Manager, Bus Éireann, Sam Long, Cashel Tourism Officer, Pat Ryan, Bus Éireann driver and Fiona Connolly, Manager Bus Éireann at the Rock of Cashel.
Thursday, 1st December, 2022