Passengers using the TFI public transport network can avail of a variety of transport modes for getting around Ireland.

Whether it is by bus, train, tram or even taxi, we have just what you need to plan your journey.

The TFI Journey Planner is a door-to-door journey planner that provides service information, directions, and time estimates for taking a journey on all licensed public transport providers across Ireland.

There are a number of different bus operators within the TFI public transport network.

Iarnród Éireann Irish Rail operates the heavy rail system throughout the TFI public transport network on behalf of Transport for Ireland.

Luas is a light rail or tram system that is operated by Transport Infrastructure Ireland.

The National Transport Authority license all small public service vehicles (SPSV – taxi, hackney and limousine) within the Republic of Ireland.

Just Eat dublinbike stations are currently present in Dublin and Coca-Cola Zero Bike stations are located in Cork, Limerick and Galway. They are included in the TFI Cycle Planner and TFI Journey Planner Apps.

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By Train

Iarnród Éireann Irish Rail operates city and commuter services in Dublin and Cork, as well as intercity services throughout the TFI public transport network.

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By Tram

Luas is Dublin city’s Light Rail Transit System and operates on the Red and Green lines.

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By Bus

There are a number of different bus operators servicing the TFI public transport network, including Bus Éireann, Dublin Bus, Go-Ahead Ireland and Local Link. Find out more here.

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By Taxi

The NTA is responsible for the licensing and regulation of small public service vehicles (SPSVs) in Ireland. This refers to taxis, wheelchair accessible taxis, hackneys, wheelchair accessible hackneys and limousines.