Better bus service needed for 'forgotten' Brocagh

Councillors are meeting with Ulsterbus in an effort to improve public transport to Brocagh

Councillors are meeting with Ulsterbus in an effort to improve public transport to Brocagh

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Mid Ulster Sinn Féin councillors Joe O’Neill and Niamh Doris are to meet with Ulsterbus to raise concerns on behalf of residents of Brocagh that there is a shortage of public transport services in the area.

Councillor O’Neill said that in the run up to the elections he was constantly being told at the doors that residents of Brocagh have no public transport coming in or out of the Loughshore village.

He continued: “In my opinion there should be bus services offered for residents living in the Brocagh area, especially with all the new housing developments that have been built in recent years.

"So I, along with the rest of the Sinn Féin team, will be arguing that with the development going on in Brocagh that it is now time to give this another try even if it starts for one or two days a week.

"Surely this is not too much to ask for in this forgotten about rural community?"