To continue to work with the National Transport Authority to provide safe, accessible and flexible routes and services in response to the welfare needs of the communities within the counties, ensuring the highest level of safety in line with our Health and Safety Statement. (which is kept under review)
To work with the Health Services Executive in providing transport services that meet the needs of individuals in accessing health services i.e. hospitals, nursing homes, clinics, day care centres, primary care centres, and respite services.
To place a particular emphasis in our programme to promote social inclusion and reduce rural isolation and provide age friendly services to meet the needs of older people, people with ill health, and people with mobility difficulties.
To design an integrated network of services to interconnect with established bus and rail services, provided by Bus Eireann, and other scheduled private bus operators and Irish Rail, ensuring environment responsibility and sustainability.
To operate a ‘self drive programme’ – which allows community groups to operate our vehicles in their downtime with no charge.
Where individual needs cannot be met on our bus services, to provide a ‘community car scheme’ tailored to meet more individual requirements.
As part of our employment policy TFI Local Link Louth Meath Fingal meet employment needs mainly from the Live Register, Employment Support Schemes such as TUS, Community Schemes such as Meath Jobs Club, Community Employment Schemes and volunteers.
To continue to develop the organisation to provide services across the three counties.