Location

Citywest offers excellent travel access by road, tram and bus.

Accessibility was a priority for Citywest from the start, so there has always been ample parking.

The campus has multiple access points and is strategically located on the high-profile Naas Road (N7) which provides immediate access to the rest of the country via a well-developed road network. Dublin’s orbital motorway, the M50, is only a few minutes’ drive away providing easy access to Dublin Airport.

Citywest is a genuine transport hub for commuters. Connectivity to commuter locations is provided by the many bus routes that pass or terminate at the campus. In addition, the Luas tram line – which connects directly to the IFSC – was extended to Citywest, thanks to Davy Hickey Properties’s own investment.

A complimentary shuttle bus service runs from the Luas stop around the campus during peak hours.

Campus Management is also active in continuing to improve accessibility with ongoing car and bike initiatives.

Getting here by Luas
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Getting here by Luas

The Red Line of Dublin's Light Rail Tram Systym (LUAS) provides direct links from the City Centre.

Getting here by Bus
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Getting here by Bus

The campus is serviced by a number of public bus routes operating at regular intervals providing multiple services to the city centre and surrounding areas.

Getting here by Car
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Getting here by Car

Citywest is conveniently located adjacent to the N7/ Naas Rd., just two miles from the M50 motorway.

Map
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Map

Find your way around the campus.

Cycle
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Cycle

Citywest Business Campus operates a Free private bike share scheme throughout its campus for tenants and their employees which is operated and managed by BleeperBike.

Car Chargers
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Car Chargers

Citywest Campus operates a free 22kw Dual Car Charger to campus staff who own a full electric vehicle.