Apple tells government improved public transport to Cork campus is ‘critical’
Tech giant has been lobbying for movement on BusConnects Cork as part of plan to encourage staff to move away from private car use
Apple has told the government it is “critical” that public transport routes to its Cork campus are improved.
The tech giant, which employs thousands of staff at its campus in Hollyhill, has privately urged the Department of Transport to give more clarity on the timelines by which the €600 million BusConnects Cork project will be implemented.
Documents released under Freedom of Information show Apple has lobbied the government about public transport in Cork on a ...