Expressway Route 64 becomes wheelchair accessible at all major bus stations along the route

Since 23 June, Expressway Route 64 (Galway-Letterkenny) service has become wheelchair accessible at some major stops along the route. They are:

  •  Letterkenny Bus Station
  • Ballyshannon
  • Sligo Bus Station
  • Galway Bus Station

This change will make the Expressway Route 64 service wheelchair accessible between the stations highlighted above and will allow wheelchair users to travel from the West to the North of the country in style on our accessible vehicles.

Andrew Yates, Head of Expressway said: “We are very pleased to announce that several stops on the Expressway Route 64 have become wheelchair accessible from June 23rd. This is part of our commitment to the provision of a fully accessible public transport system, incorporating wheelchair accessible vehicles and improvements to bus services for all our passengers”.

The Expressway Route 64 operates seven services per day Monday to Saturday from Derry to Galway as well as six services on Sundays and Public Holidays. Similarly return services from Galway to Derry operate six services per day.

Customers who would like to make a wheelchair booking on any of our accessible Expressway routes can do so on our website (

They can also contact our customer service team on LoCall 0818 836 611 or +353 1 836 6111. Our customer care team are happy to support all our customers with their travel needs from 09.00 – 17.00 Monday to Friday and 8.00am to 6.00pm on weekends and public holidays.

Friday, 28th June, 2024