Great New Bus Service To Tralee From Local Link

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LOCAL Link Kerry (LLK) have enhanced the Route 283 Bus timetable to include a stop in Denny Street for those wishing to go down town for work, shopping or for the students attending the Kerry College for Further Education campus that is opening in Denny Street.

The revised timetable also sees an additional service coming into Tralee during the day.

This Route will service Currow, Currans, Kerry Airport, Farranfore, Firies, Ballyfinnane, Farmers Bridge into Tralee.   This Route will offer a 4 inbound and 2 outbound services to/ from Tralee 6 days a week – Monday to Saturday.

The full timetable is available on  which will commence on Monday 3rd September 2018.

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This service provides travel options for people living in the areas to access employment, education, health services and social. Passengers can also make onward journeys from Farranfore or Tralee with Irish Rail, Bus Eireann or Kerry Airport.

There are multiple ticket options with Adult, Student and Child single, day return or weekly tickets and the Free Travel Pass will be accepted on this service.

Local Link Kerry operates as an agent of the National Transport Authority (NTA) with a primary role to manage and co-ordinate the delivery of a combination of scheduled Public & Community Transport Services in Co. Kerry. LLK also coordinate a range of services for Agencies and Organisations around the County.

Local Link Kerry currently provide over 160 return services weekly across all of Kerry under the Rural Transport Programme. These services are being delivered by over 40 Local Operators and in 2017 over 135,000 passenger trips took place.

Local Link offices play an important role as Transport Coordination Units tasked with embedding integration within transport service planning, primarily by co-ordinating travel needs for access to employment, health, social and education opportunities.

‘Rural Transport plays a major role in combating rural isolation and is a model of partnership where key sectors actively engage in planning and developing transport services that ensure equality of access for all.

“If you can identify the need for a public transport service in your area please contact us,” said Carmel Walsh.  For details please contact our office at 066 7147002 or check us out on or email

One Comment

  1. Mary raymond says:

    There is no bus service from fountain court to tralee town center