TFI Local Link Kerry recently spoke with Paudie O’Shea of Annascaul.
Paudie kindly gave some of his free time to answer a number of questions as part of our TFI Local Link Kerry Operator Q&A Series.
- From your own experience, what does Local Link Kerry mean to your passengers?
TFI Local Link Kerry means access to services in rural areas. It is a friendly, reliable, safe & trustworthy service. One passenger remarked that these services/driver are “Very kind & good to us“. 🚍
2. Funniest moment/wittiest comment.
One passenger recently remarked to me “Did you wear your muzzle recently!?” – Muzzle was referring to the mask! 😷
3. Feedback from our passengers about Paudie…
“He is so nice and helpful” & “Always good for some music” 🎵
4.If you could relocate your route to anywhere else in the world, where would it be and why?
That is an easy question to answer, nowhere in the world would have the beauty of West Kerry & the Kingdom in general! 🔰
5. Best advice you have heard from a Passenger?
Wear your mask!! 😷
Credit: Aidan Fitzgerald for photo.
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