CTTC to meet Minister for Transport, Eamon Ryan TD this week

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Members of the Coach Tourism & Transport Council (CTTC) Executive are due to meet Eamon Ryan TD, Minister for Transport,  this Friday, 30th April, for discussions on a number of pertinent issues affecting passenger transport and coach tour operators. 

Commenting on the forthcoming meeting, John Halpenny, Chair of the CTTC (pictured above left) said: “We very much look forward to engaging with Minister Ryan on Friday next to discuss a range of important issues affecting our members and operators across Ireland.” Amongst the items for discussion will be the increasing number of used vehicles flooding the market from the UK, the private coach industry’s role in building a sustainable transport model in Ireland as well as proposals to reduce public transport services as the country begins to emerge from lockdown. “As always, the CTTC stands ready to constructively engage with the Minister, State Agencies and the Government to offer effective and practicable solutions to the difficult and complex issues brought on by the pandemic,” John concluded.

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