The National Transport Authority has given the go ahead for a late train service for Mayo, starting next month.
Mayo Deputy Alan Dillon has expressed his delight with the approval of the Irish Rail timetable.
This would see a new late train service from Dublin to Mayo operate six days a week.
The newly introduced service will make stops at various stations.
These include Ballyhaunis at 10:01pm, Claremorris at 10.16pm, Castlebar at 10:36pm, Westport at 10:53pm, Foxford at 10:47pm and Ballina at 11:00pm.
The Chairman of the Fine Gael Parliamentary Party has been giving more information on this announcement to Midwest Radio’s Rian Bailey: