Monday July 13, 2020

Navan can wait: buses too big for streets

6th September, 2015

Bus Éireann spent at least €7 million on a fleet of buses to serve Navan that will not fit through the town.

The company has already bought 12 of the €600,000-apiece double decker coaches, it is understood.

The investment is part of a €25 million National Transport Authority (NTA)-funded project to boost Bus Éireann’s eastern services, with the Co Meath town a key hub at the centre of this network, the company confirmed....

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