Wicklow Covid-19 Helpline

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A dedicated community support helpline has been  established  by Wicklow County Council and supporting stakeholders  to assist at risk members of the public in accessing non-emergency and non-medical supports and advice during the current public health emergency. The confidential phone line service was  established by the new COVID-19 County Wicklow Community Response Forum, which includes over a dozen agencies and organisations.

The Helpline is focused primarily on ensuring that vulnerable members of the community or those living alone can access deliveries of groceries, medicine and fuels.   In some instances, transport of vulnerable persons to test centres will be provided.  The role of the Forum is to ensure that there is a coordinated community response and to enable all voluntary statutory agencies to collaborate in support of our communities and particularly of our most vulnerable members.

The FREE contact number is 1800 868 399 with the lines open from 8am to 8pm seven days a week. Contact email address for this new service is Any vulnerable members of the public or persons wishing to volunteer should be advised to contact this free phone number – 1800 868 399.

A couple of volunteers from each area will act as co-ordinators and allocate the various requests from the support line to the many volunteer individuals and groups in their areas

Travel by Bus

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Greystones has an excellent bus service,  and the route will take approximately one hour from Dublin city centre to Greystones main street, subject to traffic and timetables.

There are three Dublin Bus routes in operation

84/a  Blackrock to Newcastle (via Greystones) & Newcastle to Blackrock (via Greystones)

84n    D’olier St. Dublin towards Greystones – Weekend late night bus

84x    Hawkins Street, Dublin to Newcastle/Kilcoole (via Greystones)


Aircoach is Ireland’s leading private bus and coach operator and provides a range of high frequency, quality scheduled coach services to and from Greystones to Dublin Airport.  Route 702 is the Greystones route.  Fares are available to purchase from the driver as you board, from  customer service staff at Dublin Airport, from their Travel Shop in Belfast or from any of their ticket agents.

Timetables: Greystones to Dublin Airport   Dublin Airport to Greystones 

For  best value fares, special offers or to reserve and guarantee your seat you  can book online here 

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Travel by Road

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Wicklow is full of spectacular scenery, and none more so than a road trip  to Greystones from either north or south.

There are heaps of picturesque driving routes leading out of the Dublin and the N11 to Greystones via the beautiful Glen of the Downs is quite spectacular

Greystones can be accessed via the R774 at Junction 11 on the N11.  The N11 further connects to the M11/M50 motorways joining up with all  major  routes throughout Ireland.

Note: Do not take the Delgany Road (Junction 10) to access Greystones


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Travel by Rail

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Greystones railway station (Irish: Stáisiún na gCloch Liath) is  the southern terminus of the DART electrified rail network. The station has two platforms. There are also sidings to the east of the station.

The station was opened on 30 October 1855 by the Dublin, Wicklow and Wexford Railway as Greystones & Delgany. It was later renamed Greystones in 1863.

Construction of the electrification and extension of the DART services to Greystones began in 1995 and was completed in 1999. The DART service to Greystones commenced on 10 April 2000.  The station has two platforms; platform 1 on the west side of the station (where the station building is located) and platform 2 over the footbridge on the east side of the station. Platform 2 is used only a few times a day, when DART and InterCity services are in the station at the same time.

Full details and timetables for both the DART and Intercity trains are available here

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Travel by Taxi

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The taxi rank in Greystones is situated opposite the Train Station on Church Road.

The National Transport Authority is responsible for the licensing and regulation of small public service vehicles (SPSVs) in Ireland. This refers collectively to taxis, wheelchair accessible taxis, hackneys, wheelchair accessible hackney’s and limousines.

Use the taxi fare estimator tool to estimate your taxi fare. All figures are approximate and depend on traffic congestion.

If you would like to book a taxi, below is a list of some local taxi companies you can call:







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