A brand new each day shuttle bus service on the Limerick Greenway means customers now can be a part of or depart the 40km off-road path at a hub that fits them.
he bus, working since July, runs in a loop each hour from 12pm to 4pm between Rathkeale, Newcastle West and Abbeyfeale, Co Limerick.
Resort pick-up from areas in between is offered on request earlier than 12pm, and bikes and buggies might be taken onboard.
The service prices €10 per grownup for a full journey and €5 for a half-trip. For youngsters aged 3-16, the worth is €5/€2.50. Youngsters underneath three go free.
The shuttle bus service, just like pick-up and drop-off choices which were accessible on the the Waterford and Nice Western Greenways, is accessible seven days per week till September 1. After that, it can function on weekends.
It’s operated by Limerick Greenway Bike Rent, and tickets might be bought on-line at limerickgreenwaybikehire.ie or at greenway hubs in Rathkeale, Newcastle West and Abbeyfeale.
“Accessibility is vital to encouraging locals and guests alike to return and expertise the great thing about West Limerick, discover the cities and villages alongside the way in which and cease off for a espresso or some sight-seeing,” stated Gordon Daly, Director of Service at Limerick Metropolis and County Council.
The Limerick Greenway has welcomed over 500,000 visits since reopening final yr following a €10 million funding by Limerick Metropolis and County Council.
The 40km off-road route at present hyperlinks the cities of Rathkeale, Newcastle West and Abbeyfeale alongside the previous Limerick-to-Tralee railway line.
Within the close to future, there are plans to join with the North Kerry Greenway to create a 50km off-road route from Rathkeale to Listowel.
A number of bike rent corporations now function alongside the route, and the shuttle bus service will run “with a view to develop to Ardagh and Barnagh for Summer time 2023”, the Council says.