Maynooth is a major destination in North Kildare, whether you are studying, visiting the historic town or just shopping and there are a few ways to get here depending on how you like to travel.
There are a range of travel options for students and visitors to get here safely, economically and, of course, sustainably. The campus is easily accessible by bus and train and, if you’re local, on foot or by bicycle.
Maynooth lies on the Western Commuter Line, which serves the four Dublin city centre stations: Pearse Street Station, Tara Street, Connolly Station and Docklands. It also serves twelve other suburban stations: Drumcondra, Broombridge, Ashtown, Navan Road Parkway, Castleknock, Coolmine, Clonsilla, Hansfield, Dunboyne, M3 Parkway, Leixlip Confey and Leixlip Louisa Bridge. The new Luas Broombridge Interconnector links Maynooth to the Red and Green Luas Lines.
The Sligo train line passes through Maynooth to Dublin via Collooney, Ballymote, Boyle, Carrick-on-Shannon, Dromod, Longford, Edgeworthstown, Mullingar, Enfield and Kilcock.
Direct bus links to the campus
Maynooth is served by two Dublin Bus routes, the 66 and the 67. They depart from Merrion Square in Dublin’s city centre and run frequent services to Maynooth.
A range of bus operators organise daily and weekly coach services to the campus – timed to fit in with lectures. The map below indicates the locations which have direct transport links to and from the campus. See the Transport Guide booklet for more details.
If moving to Maynooth is not an option for you, then commuting might be.