DART & Commuter
In Dublin, the electric rail system called the DART (Dublin Area Rapid Transit) is a quick and easy way to get around Dublin. It runs along the coast of the Irish Sea from Malahide or Howth in north County Dublin soutwards as far as Greystones, Co Wicklow.
Train: EMU (Electric Multiple Unit)
The DART allows you to discover many of the sights and attractions Dublin has to offer from sandy beaches, parks, theatres, harbour villages, museums and much more.
There is a range of DART tickets and fares that offer customer great value.
DART services operate every 15 minutes all day. DART timetable can be found in the printed time table section or by entering your journey details above and click GO.
All DART services are operated by Iarnród Éireann Electric Multiple Unit (EMU) Fleet.
Travelling by train in Ireland is a relaxing and hassle free way of getting around between the main cities and towns. Commuter service timetables can be found in the printed time table section or by entering your journey details above and click GO.
Train: DMU (Diesel Multiple Unit)
- Dublin Northern Commuter service extends from Dublin's Pearse Station via Dublin Connolly Station to Dundalk.
- Dublin Portlaoise Commuter service extends west from Dublin's Heuston Station to stations as far to Portlaoise.
- Dublin Longford Commuter service extends from Dublin's Pearse Station via Dublin's Connolly Station to Longford.
- Dublin Dunboyne / M3 Parkway services extends from Dublin's Dockland/ Connolly Station via Clonsilla to Dunboyne/ M3 Parkway.
- Dublin Southern Commuter service operates from Dublin's Connolly Station to Gorey Station.
- Mallow – Cork – Cobh – Midleton Commuter services extends from Mallow to Cork, Cork to Cobh or Midleton.