Originally Posted by berneyarms
But how many were on the train as it arrived into Sligo which frankly would be the main market. I’d assume it picks numbers up from Mullingar westward.
It gives a 10:15 arrival into Sligo which would be useful for students. Local traffic may be reasonable too.
Within any timetable you will always have services which are partially positioning trips due to rolling stock or staffing constraints - hardly grounds for assessing it as “crazy”.
I agree and said it may pick up traffic but whatever it does pick up is insignificant to justify a restoration. It was a simple box ticking by the NTA.
I fully stand by my crazy comment. They had an opportunity to offer an enhanced service but didn’t.