Cavan is the county town of Co Cavan. Located on the main N3 road from Dublin to the North West, there are around 30,000 people living within a 16km radius of the town with the N55 to Athlone also in the town. Cavan's bus station is owned by Bus Éireann and is located on Farnham Street. The station is served by the Donegal Town – Enniskillen – Dublin Airport – Busáras Expressway route 30 which generally operates every two hours in each direction. Route 165 operates less frequently to Athlone and Belfast. The station is the terminus of several local routes the most popular of which is the 109 to Dublin, which operates hourly each way. Other local routes are the 111 to Ballinagh, Granard, Castlepollard and Athboy, the 162 to Monaghan via Cloverhill and Clones, the 166 to Dundalk, the 175 to Monaghan via Cootehilland the Tuesdays-only 465 to Carrigallen. Leydons Coaches operate route 930 to Enniskillen via Belturbet, Ballyconnell, Bawnboy andSwanlinbar. Whartons Travel operate a route to Longford railway station via Crossdoney, Arvagh, Drumlish and Longford. Cavan has numerous national schools, four secondary schools and a third level college, Cavan Institute. The town also has numerous local amenities including hotels, shops, pubs and restaurants.