Public Transport in Dublin Compared to other European capital cities, Dublin’s public transport system is quite inefficient, difficult to work out, uncomfortable to pay and very expensive. Bus In Dublin, the bus stops are badly marked and the maps can be confusing, but the city’s double-decker buses are the best way to get around the city. Read more Luas Luas trams are Dublin’s light rail tram system. This article includes useful information about the fares, routes, schedule, and other useful information. Read more Dublinbikes Like in many cities around the world, Dublin has a useful public bike rental program. Find out how to use Dublinbikes. Read more Taxi In a city with less than 1 million inhabitants, Dublin has over 16,000 taxi licenses. This article includes information about fares and taxi phone numbers. Read more Dublin Airport Bus You may also be interested in Dublin Airport Following the rise of the Irish airline Ryanair, which is based in this city, Dublin Airport (DUB) has become one of the busiest airports in Europe with almost 30 million passengers a year. Bus Although the bus stops are not clearly marked, the routes aren’t well explained and the bus maps are quite confusing, Dublin's urban buses are usually the best way to get around the city.