University College Dublin, Belfield, Dublin 4, Ireland. Eircode: D04 V1W8
The Belfield campus is located 4km from Dublin city centre on the N11. There are many travel options from various parts of the city, the local suburbs and indeed the whole country. Some of the options are listed below.
Parking is limited on campus and available on a first come first served basis. Car parks are designated permit parking or hourly paid. Eligible UCD Community members (including students) may apply for a parking permit. For full details and to apply see www.ucd.ie/commuting
Traffic calming barriers are in place to prevent through traffic and operate from 7am to 10.30am and from 4pm to 7.30pm Monday to Friday.
Car sharing - join UCD’s free Car sharing group and save money by sharing journeys.
GoCar - UCD provides a GoBase for GoCars and free parking for GoCars.
E-car - charging points are available on campus.
Want to know how to navigate the UCD Belfield campus before you arrive? Check out the VideoMap series from UCD Access of accessible routes around the UCD Belfield campus.These videos highlight the most commonly used routes around the campus pointing out most of the buildings used by staff, students and visitors.
There are many bus routes servicing the Belfield campus
THE DART will take you north to Howth and Malahide and south to Greystones. A shuttle bus operates from Sydney Parade to UCD during term time. Please check www.ucd.ie/commuting for details.
The Green LUAS line, at Windy Arbour and Milltown, is also within walking distance: www.luas.ie
The Mytaxi App is available as a free download from the App Store and Google Play for both iOS and Android devices
Use the National Transport Authority’s journey planner to plan your journey by train, bus, tram, taxi and by foot. You can change searching options and search how to get from point A to B anywhere in Dublin.
The UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School is located at the Blackrock campus, approximately two miles from Belfield. The campus is within walking distance of the thriving seaside town of Blackrock, one of the prime residential and shopping areas of suburban Dublin, which is linked by light rail and bus services to the city. The Blackrock campus is connected to the Belfield campus by a scheduled bus service.