Local Translink bus and rail managers have engaged directly via electronic means with political representatives to discuss passenger transport and other Translink activity in the Causeway Coast and Glens area.
The ‘Meet the Manager’ event, hosted online for the first time as a response to the ongoing COVID-19 restrictions, provided a platform for discussion around a range of public transport matters, including how Translink has responded to the challenge of COVID19 and the impact on local bus and rail services.
Sam Todd, Translink’s Service Delivery Manager for the Causeway Coast area, said: “We’ve had to do things a little differently in response to the COVID-19 outbreak, but this has nonetheless been a very useful and informative session, helping to provide local representatives with an update on public transport services in the Borough and how we’ve dealt with recent challenges, including on what we’re doing to help Northern Ireland recover from the impact of COVID-19 and promote sustainable transport options.
“We are grateful to local representatives for attending this session and ask for their ongoing support as Translink continues to support Northern Ireland’s recovery from COVID-19.’’
For further information on how Translink is dealing with COVID-19, click www.translink.co.uk or telephone 028 90 66 66 30.