The Connecting Ireland plan will address the "poor and inadequate" public transport options for people living in rural Ireland.
That's according to Marian Wilson, who is the Head of Service Planning at the National Transport Authority.
The NTA has proposed an overall increase of around 25% in rural bus services as part of the five-year Connecting Ireland plan.
Marianne says some places "literally aren't served by public transport" and too many services don't offer a return trip.
The consultation process is underway and the proposals for each county can be found on the NTA website.
The closing date for submissions is next Friday.
Marian explained some of the plans under consideration for the Northern Sound region: