Connecting Ireland is a major public transport initiative developed by the National Transport Authority (NTA) with the aim of increasing connectivity, particularly for people living outside our major cities and towns.
The plan aims to improve mobility in rural areas, and it will do this by providing better connections between villages and towns by linking these areas with an enhanced regional network connecting cities and regional centres nationwide.
To view county-by-county proposals, network tables, and maps, please visit the Connecting Ireland website by clicking here.
To submit your feedback, please visit our survey by clicking here. The survey is available in both English and Irish.
The public consultation runs from 29 October 2021 – 10 December 2021.
If your village or town may not have sufficient transport , you can also send on details to firstname.lastname@example.org for inclusion in Flexibus submission that they are also making to NTA.