Getting Here

 

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Dublin Bus offers a high frequency, accessible and easy to use service from all over Dublin City Centre and the surrounding area. These services include city bus services, Airlink, Nitelink and DART feeder buses. Dublin Bus also operates day tours and is obliged to provide services to people with disabilities.

Increased availability of taxis in Dublin means that it’s easy to travel to and from Dublin city, day or night. There are now nearly 12,000 taxis available in Dublin city. Fares are regulated and tips are at your own discretion.

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Dublin Bikes are a perfect way to get around the city, while minimising your effect on the local environment. There are 40 Dublin Bikes stations distributed throughout the city centre to enable easy access and optimal use. Located in close proximity to each other, every station has a minimum of 15 stands in place.

There are two stations located in the Docklands area beside the chq building: Custom House Quay – Northside beside the Sean O’Casey Bridge Pearse Street – Southside near Pearse Street Train Station.

For a list of bike stations and information on subscriptions click here.

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Luas is the best way to get to the The chq Building. Take the Luas Red Line to George’s Dock Stop located beside The chq Building. If you’re on the Luas Green Line, take Luas to St. Stephen’s Green Stop and walk to Docklands.

For routes, fares, operating hours and more see www.luas.ie

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The chq Building is easily accessible by road, given its city centre location and proximity to Ireland’s motorway network. It is only minutes from the Dublin Port Tunnel with connections to the upgraded M50 motorway and Dublin Airport. It is also next to the new Samuel Beckett Bridge which spans the River Liffey, aiding access between the North and South of the city.

There is considerable on street ‘pay and display’ parking on North Wall Quay and adjoining roads as well as a public car park in Jurys Hotel next to the chq building.

SAT Navigation

If you are using a satellite navigation system, please enter the coordinates 53° 20.887′, -6° 14.888′

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RAIL

The chq Building is less than ten minutes from Dublin’s two mainline railway stations (Connolly and Heuston) which serve all the major towns and cities in Ireland. Irish Rail is the state-owned company responsible for operating rail services in Ireland, providing rail links between Ireland’s main towns and cities. The Dart and The Luas are light rail networks which provide transport within the Dublin City and Suburban areas.

DART

The DART (Dublin Area Rapid Transit) is the rail line running along the coast of Dublin, from Malahide and Howth southwards as far as Greystones, Co Wicklow. You can connect to the regular train service for communities north of Dublin, right up to Belfast. Connolly, Pearse Street and Tara Street DART stations are all located about ten minutes walk from The chq building.

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