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Wilson welcomes new bus services for Ballymoney town, Balnamore and Bendooragh.

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Speaking To Causeway Coast Community, Councillor Darryl Wilson Said

“A new “town service” has been announced by Translink. The 373b will operate to Balnamore from Ballymoney Station via Lislagan Rd and Bendooragh four times per day from Monday to Friday.

The 373a will operate from Ballymoney station via Carnany Court and Trinity Driver 4 times a day, Monday to Friday.

This is positive news for Ballymoney and the surrounding areas. Elderly people and young families were heavily impacted by the loss of the “logans bus” a few years ago, this additional service will also be boost to trade in the town centre which was impacted by the removal of the old town service.

Additional bus services for Balnamore and Ballymoney Town. A new “town service” has been announced by Translink. The 373b will operate to Balnamore from Ballymoney Station via Lislagan Rd and Bendooragh four times per day from Monday to Friday. The 373a will operate from Ballymoney station via Carnany Court and Trinity Driver 4 times a day, Monday to Friday. This is positive news for Ballymoney and the surrounding areas.

Elderly people and young families were heavily impacted by the loss of the “logans bus” a few years ago, this additional service will also be boost to trade in the town centre which was impacted by the removal of the old town service.”

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