23 July-DART

Dublin Area Rapid Transport is an electrified railway network in Dublin, Ireland. Known as the DART it began operating in 1984. The DART runs from Greystones in Co Wicklow on the south-side of Dublin city, along the coastline and through the city centre, to Howth and Malahide to the north of the city. Travelling over 50km of track the DART serves 31 stations and carries around 16 million passengers annually.

Ten kilometres of the DART track runs on the track bed of Ireland’s first railway, which began operations in 1834. The service ran from Westland Row station (now Dublin Pearse) in Dublin city to Kingstown (now Dún Laoghaire). It was the first suburban and commuter railway line in the world. In later years the railway was extended south to Wexford and north to Belfast.

The DART (Dublin Area Rapid Transport) began operating in the year 1984 On This Day.

DART [Dublin Area Rapid Transit] – Tara Street Station



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