Conference Venue

Dublin City University, St. Patrick’s Campus

Address: Drumcondra Road Upper, Drumcondra, Dublin 9, NY, D09 Y0A3, Ireland

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Getting to St. Patrick's Campus, Dublin City University

While DCU strongly encourages commuters to consider active travel (walking or cycling) and public transport as commuting options when possible, there are parking facilities available on all campuses. Parking spaces are limited at DCU and parking is on a first come, first served basis. Please remember to consider alternative ways to commute to campus.

The DCU Campuses’ public transport services are primarily bus based services, with services from Dublin BusGo AheadBus Eireann and private buses.

For the most up to date information on the available routes and times use the TFI Journey Planner and TFI Live App.

Drumcondra Train Station

Drumcondra Train Station is currently the closest train station to the DCU campuses, with DCU St. Patrick’s and DCU All Hallows campuses being approximately a 10 to 15 minute walk north along the Drumcondra Road and DCU Glasnevin being approximately 30 to 35 mins walk also north along Drumcondra Road.

There are also numerous bus routes connecting Drumcondra Train Station to DCU Glasnevin, DCU St. Patrick’s and All Hallows Campuses, for the most up-to-date information on the available routes and times use the TFI Journey Planner and TFI Live App.

There are now direct train connections to Drumcondra from both Dublin Connolly and Dublin Heuston. Direct Commuter Routes via Drumcondra include:

Maynooth/Leixlip – Dublin Pearse
Newbridge/Naas & Sallins – Grand Canal Dock

Clontarf DART Station

Clontarf DART Station is currently the closest DART station to the DCU All Hallows and DCU St. Patrick’s campuses, with approximate walking times of 30 minutes and 35 minutes respectively.

DCU Glasnevin is connected to Clontarf DART Station by the N4 and 104 bus services. For the most up-to-date information on bus times use the TFI Live App.