Luas to DIT Grangegorman

16 April '18
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DIT Grangegorman Campus is now served by the Luas Green Line. In the future, the campus will be served by 2 Luas stops, Broadstone – DIT and Grangegorman. However, at the moment campus construction is ongoing close to Broadstone – DIT stop so it is recommended you use Grangegorman stop. Read on for walking routes.

If you’re travelling to the DIT Grangegorman campus, get off at Grangegorman stop on the Green Line or Smithfield stop on the Red Line for the current quickest pedestrian access to the Campus entrance. Please see below the three walking routes from Luas Stops to get to DIT Grangegorman Campus.

Walking Time from Luas Stops to DIT Grangegorman Campus Entrance

  • 4 mins walk from Grangegorman stop (Green Line)
  • 12 mins walk from Smithfield stop (Red Line)
  • Currently 17 mins walk from Broadstone DIT stop (Green Line)

Grangegorman Stop (Green Line)

Get off at Luas Grangegorman Stop (Green Line). The stop is approximately a 4 minute / 290 metre walk from DIT Grangegorman Campus

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Smithfield Stop (Red Line)

Get off at Smithfield stop (Green Line). The stop is approximately a 12 minute / 1km walk from DIT Grangegorman Campus. 

Alternatively, you can change to the Green Line at Abbey Street stop and walk to O’Connell - GPO stop for Green Line trams to Grangegorman Stop. Grangegorman stop is approx. a 4 minute / 290 meter walk from DIT Grangegorman Campus. 

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Broadstone - DIT (Green Line)

Due to ongoing campus construction walking from Broadstone – DIT stop is not the quickest route to DIT Grangegorman Campus. 

The current, quickest walk from a Luas Green Line stops to DIT Grangegorman Campus is Grangegorman stop. The stop is approximately a 4 minute / 290 meters walk. 

Access from Broadstone – DIT is currently possible but it is approximately a 17 minute / 1.3km walk. 

Later this year Broadstone - DIT stop will be the main stop for DIT Grangegorman when the campus construction works in that area are completed. Please check with www.dit/ for the latest news on these works.

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