Local Link Limerick Clare is a company set up for the express purpose of providing transport to communities within Counties Limerick and Clare.
Local Link Limerick Clare is a not-for-profit company and is one of fifteen Transport Coordination Units for rural transport funded by the Department of Transport, Tourism & Sport and administered by the National Transport Authority.
You will most likely know us by looking at our results
Provision of access to relevant, timely and safe public transport services on an equitable basis to residents in our operational area to enable them to be active participants in society.
The mission of the company is to provide a quality, accessible and sustainable level of rural public transport complementing where possible existing transport services thus allowing everyone in the community to have access to social, economic and other services.
Our services operate semi flexible routes throughout Limerick and Clare and can deviate up to 5 miles to pick passengers up at their own doors.
Free Travel pass holder can use our services FREE
Children under 5 travel free
All services are coordinated centrally through the Local Link Limerick Clare Offices on 069-62546 and 065-6719101.
Our board has 5 members consisting of representatives from West Limerick Resources Ltd, Ballyhoura Development Ltd, Limerick Youth Service, West Limerick Independent Living and the general community
Manager: Anne Gaughan
Finance Administrator: Maria Rozworska
Transport Operations Coordinator: Marie O'Connor
Technical & Compliance Coordinator: Kathleen Kiely
Reception/Dispatcher: Kalen O'Connor
Dispatcher/Administrator: Catherine O'Connor
Dispatcher/Administrator: Jamie Whelan
Dispatcher/Administrator: Eimear Nash
Local Link Limerick Clare have contracted local providers where possible to provide these services. Our services are available to anyone who wishes to avail of them.
A key principle of the company is to provide innovative community based initiatives for transport services in rural areas with a view to addressing the issue of social exclusion in rural Ireland, which is caused by a lack of access to transport.