Metro Dublin is a new mass rapid transit system to serve the capital and the country.

Metro Dublin enables the Capital to have a world-class integrated public transport system that serves both Dublin and the country.

It extends to 92 kilometres, has 49 stations and runs on grade separated (bridged) tracks from the Irish Rail intercity trains.

It joins-up the existing and planned transport services; Intercity & Commuter, DART, Luas, bus, taxi, bicycle and Airplane and the planned DART Underground rail and Swiftway bus.

Importantly, the emerging rail network will create the ‘critical mass’ to make rail the best option for a much higher proportion of journeys than today, and will provide a real alternative to the motor car for travellers in Dublin and beyond.

Blanchardstown

Lohunda

Coolmine

Castleknock

Parkway Navan Rd

Ashtown

Broombridge

Glasnevin

Phibsboro

Croke Park

Docklands

Glasnevin

Cabra

Dublin Inst. of Technology

Heuston East

St. James Hospital

Newmarket

St Stephens Green

Pearse

Docklands

Ashbourne

Cherryhound

Charlestown

Finglas

Tolka Valley

Glasnevin

Malahide

Lissenhall

Seatown Swords

Swords

Airside Swords

Dublin Airport

Norwood

Ballymun

Dublin City University

Griffith West

Glasnevin

Adamstown

Kishogue

Clondalkin/Fonthill

Clondalkin

Cherry Orchard/Park W

Kylemore/Inchicore

Heuston West

Cabra

Phibsboro

Rathfarnham

Terenure

Harold's Cross

Newmarket

Christchurch/City B’lds

O’Connell Street

Howth Junction

Greencastle

Beaumont Hospital

Whitehall

Croke Park

O’Connell Street

Metro Dublin links Dublin:

 

- city centre with its
    major suburbs:

· Adamstown

· Ashbourne

· Ballymun

· Blanchardstown

· Castleknock

· Clondalkin

· Dublin Airport

· Finglas, Greencastle

· Harold’s Cross

· Howth Jn/Donaghmede

· Malahide

· Swords

· Terenure

· Rathfarnham

· Whitehall

 

- major traffic generators
   with their  hinterland:

· Croke Park

· Beaumont Hospital

· Dublin Airport

· Dublin City University

· Dublin Institute of Technology

· St James’s Hospital - incl. the
New Children’s Hospital

 

- with the national
    transport hubs:

· Bus networks

· Dublin Airport

· Rail networks

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