7 September 2023

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School bus service for Kilcoona Bunatober to return Monday after schoolchildren left without service

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School bus service for Kilcoona Bunatober to return Monday after schoolchildren left without service

A bus serving pupils in the Kilcoona and Bunatober areas is to return on Monday following a week of transport disruption.

Over 40 children were left without a bus to Presentation College Headford this week due to driver shortages.

Despite securing bus tickets, parents received emails a week before the start of term saying Bus Éireann did not have a service for the area.

Councillor Andrew Reddington explains how they managed to get the service back running:

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