The new Claudy Park and Ride facility, developed as part of the A6 Dungiven to Drumahoe Dualling Scheme, will be operational from Friday 7 April 2023.
The regular 212 Goldliner coach service will stop at this site offering commuters an attractive, greener and cleaner option to using a private car for their journey between the North-West and Belfast. This will also help to reduce traffic congestion and drive down emissions.
The new facility has 64 spaces, including four dedicated disabled spaces. Pedestrian crossing points have been constructed to provide accessible and safe access to the car park for commuters.
This is the third new park and ride facility delivered on the A6 Derry to Belfast route with sites already operational at Drumderg (Toome) and Drumahoe.
Further details on timetables and services are available on the Translink website at: https://www.translink.co.uk/
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