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Public transport in Dublin

Dublin lacks the comprehensive integrated public transport system of other European capitals. The LUAS is an on-street tram system with two lines, the most useful one being the Red Line that links Connolly Station to Heuston Station and the Phoenix Park via Smithfield and the National Museum at Collins Barracks. The DART train hugs the coast, connecting the city to the scenic seaside towns of Malahide, Howth, Bray, and Greystones. Dublin Bus operates reasonably priced routes covering the entire city, though the routes tend to radiate out from the city center rather than connecting outer suburbs.

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