CTTC members to meet with Chair of Oireachtas Transport Committee

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Members of the Coach Tourism & Transport Council (CTTC) members will meet with Chair of the Oireachtas Transport & Communications Networks Committee, Kieran O’Donnell TD, next week, Monday 19th April at 10:00. 

Deputy O’Donnell will provide an overview of transport policy relevant to the bus and coach sector in Ireland across scheduled services, coach tourism and school transport. 

Chairperson of the CTTC, John Halpenny explained that the meeting will be a good opportunity to highlight the importance of the commercial bus and coach sector in helping Ireland’s economic recovery, delivering sustainable transport solutions as well as the role of coach tour operators in rebooting tourism post Covid-19. “As always, we look forward to engaging with decision-makers like Deputy O’Donnell to discuss a range of issues affecting our members as well as ensuring recognition of the vital role the industry will play in Ireland’s recovery post Covid-19”.

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