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Dublin Bus is the primary transport system in the city of Dublin. It offers regular services throughout the city, so while you are in Dublin, unless you have a car you'll probably be travelling on Dublin Bus.
The Dublin Area Rapid Transit (DART) is part of the suburban railway network in Ireland, running primarily along the coastline of Dublin Bay, from Greystones in county Wicklow to Howth and Malahide in Dublin. Trains are powered via a 1500v DC overhead power supply along a short section of the Irish standard gauge rail network of 1600mm (5'3"). The DART system is administered by the national rail operator, Iarnród Éireann (Irish Rail). At the time of its inception in 1984, the DART was run by Coras Iompair Éireann (CIÉ) of whom Iarnród Éireann is now a subsidiary. Part of the DART's route, from the city centre to Dún Laoghaire, is of historic note it was the first railway in Ireland, opening as the Dublin and Kingstown Railway on 17 December 1834. The DART forms part of the Dublin Suburban Rail network.
Transfer from Dublin airport to downtown, with stops at major hotels. Aircoach provides a 24-hour luxury coach service between Dublin Airport and Dublin city. Aircoach operates five routes, Ballsbridge and Leopardstown, which serve Dublins top hotels and places of business, Cork, and Belfast.
Transportation between UK and Ireland by way of rail and ferry travel service.
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