|Galway Suburban Rail (Planned)
Galway Suburban Rail (Irish: Iarnród Bruachbhailteach na Gaillimhe) is a suburban rail service operating on the railway line east of Galway. At present the principal commuter town in the catchment is Athenry and this will be joined by Oranmore station sometime in the future - planning permission for this development was granted in February 2011 and is being regarded as part of the re-opening of the Western Rail Corridor, under Transport 21.
Commuter services in the Athenry-Galway corridor consist of the following:
Between these routes there are 14 services in each direction each weekday in this section, with 11 services from Galway and 10 services from Athenry on Sundays.
Future developments 
Under the Transport 21 plan, service is planned between Tuam and Galway via the closed line to Claremorris. However funding for this has not been identified and no Railway Order has yet been sought.
See also 
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