A school bus service from Caherlistrane to Tuam, which has not been in service since mid September resumed on Monday.
That's according to Headford based Councillor Andrew Reddington.
Parents were informed in September that there would be no bus service for the foreseeable future due to a lack of driver.
The Fine Gael councillor says it caused undue stress on families who then had to find alternative routes to get their children to and from school.
After liaising with Bus Eireann on the matter, they have confirmed the service is to return from Monday.
Councillor Reddington told Midwest Radio's Alannah Nolan that this now brings a sense of relief to families, but action now needs to taken to ensure this doesn't become a regular occurrence..