Increases In Frequency Of Clare Buses Expected To Dramatically Improve Mobility

Photo (c) Bus Eireann

Bus Éireann expects proposed increases to the frequency of several bus routes in Clare to dramatically improve mobility in the county.

As part of the National Transport Authority’s Connecting Ireland initiative, a number of bus routes will be made more frequent, with the 345 Scariff-Limerick service, the 334 Ennis-Miltown Malbay service and the Ennis-Kilrush service among those to operate at a minimum of three times daily.

Also included in the proposed public transport improvement plan is the introduction of a new 343A Shannon-Limerick route which will pass through Sixmilebridge and Cratloe and will also run at a minimum of three times daily.



Bus Éireann Senior Operations Manager for the Western Region, Brian Connolly, says the changes can be expected to come into effect in early 2024.

Listen to the full interview here