Irish Air Corps over Kilcoole 1950s. Colourised by GG.
s part of a proposed new rail timetables, Iarnród Éireann are looking at providing extra services to Kilcoole.
Also up for consideration are Newbridge, Hazelhatch, Mayo, Carlow, Kilkenny and Tullamore.
The railway company, in conjunction with the National Transport Authority (NTA), plans to implement timetable changes from December 11th, and the public is asked to provide feedback before the new timetable becomes final.
Irish Rail, along with the NTA, said it has identified opportunities for service improvements “in the context of post-Covid travel patterns as demand recovers strongly”.
“We encourage all current customers and anyone considering rail for their sustainable travel options to review the proposed changes and provide us with their feedback as we finalize the new schedule,” said a company spokesperson.
The company said it will review all suggestions received, while changes that cannot be implemented with this timetable change “will be kept in a database for consideration in future timetable revisions.”
With the proposal to provide more services to ring Kilcoole on the Rosslare-Connolly line throughout the week, the consultation survey is open until Sunday October 2nd.
And you can have your say on the Kilcoole and other possible timetable changes right here.
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