The aim of Sustainable Transport is to get us all to think about how and why we make travel choices for all the trips we make. It’s about considering the impact our travel decisions have on others and on ourselves. Do we need to drive to Seaworld or could we walk? Do we need to drive to work or could we cycle? If we have to drive the kids to school could we car share with other parents in our neighbourhood? Do we need a lift to the airport or could we get a bus?

We all know that walking and cycling are better for our health than driving and that getting public transport cuts congestion and is better for the environment.

Bus

From Ennis www.buseireann.ie/pdf/1256219836-333.pdf
From Galway www.buseireann.ie/pdf/1360753024-050.pdf
From Limerick www.buseireann.ie/pdf/1279723383-337.pdf

Lahinch Bikes

Bike hire (including helmet, lock, high vis jacket, route maps of area, drinks bottle, pump & repair kit). Bike delivery/ bike pick up from local accommodation.
For more information visit www.lahinchadventures.com/cycling-bike-hire.

ESB car charging points

ESB announces it reached a milestone of 1,000 installed electric vehicle (EV) charge points in Ireland including domestic, commercial and public. This means that all counties and 85% of major cities and towns have now access to EV charging infrastructure. For your nearest car charge point visit www.esb.ie/electric-cars/electric-car-charging/electric-car-charge-point-map.jsp.