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How to get to Temple Street

How to get to Temple Street

Temple St, Children’s University Hospital is based in a city centre location. As there is no onsite parking, we give details below of a number of other ways you can travel to our hospital. We suggest you use public transport or taxis where possible.
Travelways Commuter Centre
Temple Street Children’s University Hospital
Temple Street
Dublin 1
Tel.: (01) 878 4490
Email: ei.hu1495797599c@sya1495797599wleva1495797599rt1495797599

The Travelways Commuter Centre provides information, services, and communication around all aspects of travelling to and from the hospital. The Commuter Centre forms part of an overall programme designed to improve access, reduce congestion and car usage amongst staff and visitors. The Hospital is committed to addressing transport and access issues in the context of ongoing developments. A Travel Plan is being implemented to develop a sustainable transport policy. This will enable informed choices to be made on using alternatives to the private car travelling to work or to visit a patient.

Dublin Bus provides a frequent and accessible service from all over Dublin; our hospital is easily accessed by a number of bus routes. Dublin Bus, Bus Éireann and Matthews Coaches have a number of stops conveniently located near the hospital and many others that will get you to the city centre, which is within a 15 minute walk from the hospital.

PARKING

Visitors to Temple Street can park in Q-Park, Marlborough Street, D1 for up to 24 hours for €6 with tickets validated in the hospital. €1 from every ticket will be donated to Temple Street Children’s University Hospital. Click here for more information.

Alternative parking, within walking distance, is available at Clery’s Department Store , Parnell Street, ILAC CentreArnottsJervis Centre car parks.

There is no public car park at the Temple St, Children’s University Hospital. While there is limited on-street parking around the hospital we advise you not to bring a car if possible.  For details on parking in Dublin City, click here.

There is a collection point for children and visitors outside the main entrance of our hospital

On-street disabled parking spaces are available outside the hospital on Temple Street. Accessible bus routes as identified in the bus chart. Local train stations are wheelchair accessible

BUS

Click here for Dublin Bus Timetables

You can access Dublin Bus timetable information by text- Bustxt and is available on all Irish networks. Bustxt is easy to use, reliable and quick to reply. Send BUS followed by your route number e.g. ‘BUS 16a’ to 53503 for the times of the next 16a.

Busáras, the main Bus Terminal in the city, is a 20 minute walk from the hospital. All provincial buses may be accessed from Busáras.

Bus Stop Number Route
Eccles Street 121 Drimnagh – Cabra
Dorset St 3 Sandymount/UCD -Whitehall
  11/11A/11B Clonskeagh – Glasnevin
  16/16A Rathfarnham – Santry
  13/13A Ballymun – Merrion Sq.
  40/40A/40D Finglas – City Centre
  122 Drimnagh – Cabra
  41/41B/41C Swords – City Centre
  33 Balbriggan – City Centre
  746 Dun Laoghaire– Airport
Berkeley Road 10/10A UCD -PhoenixP ark
  120 Cabra – City Centre
  38/38A Hawkins St.– Blanchardstown
Mountjoy Sq 46A Phoenix Park–Dun Laoghaire
  46B Mountjoy Sq – Sandyford Est
  46E Mountjoy Sq – Blackrock Station

Bus Eireann Busáras is a 20 minute walk from the hospital. All provincial buses are accessible from Busáras. Buses for Cavan, Navan, Kells, Trim, Ratoath, Dunshaughlin, Ashbourne, Athboy, Granard, Balbriggan & Drogheda stop locally. Matthews Coaches  Serving Dundalk, Drogheda, Bettystown & Laytown – stops locally.

TRAIN & TRAM

Irish Rail and Luas provide an excellent service to the hospital from various parts of Dublin. In many cases, parking is available at stations along the route. The Rail and Luas services will all bring you within easy walking distance of the hospital.

  • Drumcondra Station 10 min walk
  • Connolly Station 15-20 min walk
  • Heuston Station 40 min walk or
  • Luas or bus to city centre + walk or taxi.
  • Abbey Street Luas stop 10-15 min walk (Red Line – connects from Heuston Station)

CYCLE

Those wishing to cycle to the hospital may travel on various cycling lanes across the city. There are three Dublin bikes stations conveniently located nearby on Mountjoy Square, Hardwicke Street and at the top of Eccles Street.

View more details by clicking here

WALKING

Our hospital is near the city centre, within a 10/15 minute walk to O’Connell Street, Busáras, Connolly Station, Drumcondra Station and the red Luas line on Abbey Street (which serves Heuston Station).

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