Travelling to Trinity Using Public Transport
The Leap Student Travel Card can be used by students as an ID to buy special student travel tickets as well as to pay-as-you-go for travel in the Dublin area by topping up with travel credit and using it like a Leap Card.
More information and an application form can be found on http://www.studentleapcard.ie/#home
Real-Time Ireland App
The Real Time Ireland App integrates all real time arrival information services from Dublin Bus, Bus Éireann, Dart, Irish Rail and Luas. It allows you to set alerts to tell you when your bus is 10, 20 or 30 minutes away from your stop. It can tell you when you’re coming to a particular stop (GPS dependent).
An easy way to plan personal journeys, door-to-door, anywhere in Ireland, using public transport and/or walking. The National Journey Planner is unlike anything seen in Ireland before:
- It’s national – covering all 26 counties, plus stops from RoI services in Northern Ireland
- It’s multi-operator, with bus, rail, tram, taxis and ferries included – private operators as well as the CIE companies.
- It has a huge scope, with 9,600 bus stops across Ireland included, 750 different routes, 152 train stations, and route and timetable information from 120 different transport providers.
- It gives fully mapped-out route information, printable timetables and details of overall journey times – all in one place
- “Advanced Settings” feature allow you to set your own preferred walking time and speed, your willingness to make interchanges between services, or any preference for one travel mode over others
We're pretty spoilt for public transport choice on Trinity's main campus. Click on the map below for details.
Staff Travel Tax Saver Scheme
Information on the staff Travel Tax Scheme can be viewed on page 14 of the staff induction information booklet
In September 2018, Trinity made this submission to the National Transport Authority on the Bus Connects project.