Transportation





by Female Aborad



Dublin is actually a lot larger than it seems and while a lot of the city can be walked around, it you want to see it all or to see certain parts, you will need to take transit plus if you are planning on a late night out you will need to get home some how. Below are the four ways that you can travel around the city easily.



Dublin Bus



Runs:

7am to 11:30pm

"Nitelink" bus services run late on Thursday, Friday, and Saturdays

Contact: 353-1-873-4222

Info: Ticket prices, departure locations, and their timetable are available online; dublinbus.ie



LUCAS - Light Rail Transit System



Connects:

Sandyford to St. Stephens Green (Green Line)

Tallaght to Connolly Station (Red Line)

Contact: 353-1-461-4910

Website: www.lucas.ie



Taxi's



These can be hailed and found on the street or in taxi rinks.

Taxi rinks can be found at O'Connell St, St. Stephen's Green, College Green (closest to Temple Bar)



Irish Rail



3 types:

DART - Dublin Area Rapid Transit

Intercity

Suburban trains


3 Stations:

Connelly Station: serving the North East

Heuston Station: serving the West

Parnell Station: serving South East


Depending on when you travel, ticket prices vary.

Tickets can be bought at the stations or at news stands


Bonus tip

If it's during the day and you are heading to touristy area's check out the Hop-on, Hop-off bus.