Concerns have been raised with the National Transport Authority in relation to recent changes on the old Route 52 Ballina-Galway bus service.

Mayo Fianna Fail TD Dara Calleary and his party colleague Councillor Michael Smyth met with the NTA yesterday, where discussions centred on the impact of the changes announced last year on Route 52, and the introduction of a new 421 service.

The changes to Route 52 mean there's no longer a direct service connection from Swinford, Kiltimagh or Knock to Galway, which Deputy Calleary says has caused considerable inconvenience.

Deputy Calleary says they conveyed to the NTA the need for at least one daily direct service connecting these towns to Galway, with a return service in the evening, and said this can be achieved by a small change to the existing route.

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