Dublin area rail map



Our new Dublin area train map outlines all the train and tram lines for the Greater Dublin Area (DART, Luas and Commuter services), as well as key Dublin Airport bus routes. Unlike other Dublin train maps you’ll find online, this map provides wheelchair accessibility, bike parking and car parking information.

Please note that the PDF contains a station index; the JPG version does not. You are free to use the map for personal use — for commercial use, please contact us to license it.


Using our Dublin train map

Important: This map is a first-draft, ‘BETA’ version. It is produced independently of Dublin’s transport operators, but using information made publicly available by them. Whilst every effort has been made to avoid inaccuracies, we cannot take any responsibility for any inconvenience arising from its use. If you have any feedback on the map or suggested improvements, we’d love to hear them - feel free to contact us.

You are free to download and use our Dublin rail map for personal use. However, if you wish to use it for commercial use, you will need to license it first — please contact us for details.


About this map

Although there has been something of a rail revival in Dublin in recent years, with a significant expansion of Dublin’s tram network and the the re-opening of commuter rail lines in Dublin, graphic design has failed to keep up! Go to any rail station or tram stop in Dublin and you’ll be struck by the lack of maps highlighting how all the various rail lines integrate with each other. Although route maps for individual services exist, it’s difficult to find a comprehensive, high-quality map of all the rail routes in Dublin.

This contrasts starkly with the abundance of lovingly-designed network maps at stations in London, Paris or Berlin; so a key aim of putting this website together was to make sure it provided a map of Dublin’s rail network which was of a similar standard to the maps found in these European capitals.

With this in mind, Chris Singleton enlisted experienced graphic designer Richard Hart to help him create a new, high-quality rail map for Dublin. The result: a map that shows all rail lines in one place in an easy-to-understand format that wouldn’t be out of place in a major European capital.

A key aim was to include wheelchair accessibility information on the new map — the existing maps are poor in this regard. The new map gives at-a-glance information regarding the suitability of stations for wheelchair users (and other individuals with a mobility impairment). Additionally, the map provides clear information regarding which stations provide bike and car parking — again, something which is not really present on existing maps.

And finally, the map also includes the two Airlink airport bus routes — this helps visitors to Dublin to switch easily from airport buses onto other modes of transport in the capital.

You can view and download the rail map here.