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School bus operators 'hanging on by a thread'

95% of the countries school transport companies say that it is not commercially viable for them to continue running their services up until June, due to rising fuel prices...

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12.39 15 Mar 2022


School bus operators 'hanging on by a thread'


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12.39 15 Mar 2022


95% of the countries school transport companies say that it is not commercially viable for them to continue running their services up until June, due to rising fuel prices. That is according to the Coach Tourism and Transport Council of Ireland. 

Member Feargal Barton, who is also the owner of Barton’s Transport, joined Andrea on Lunchtime Live.

He was joined alongside Cathal McGettigan, the owner of McGettigan’s Travel in Letterkenny and Brendan Crowley, owner & managing director of Wexford Bus...

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