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There are many forms of transport in the Clondalkin area including buses, trains, taxiís and haknees.  



Buses are constantly running throughout Clondalkin village and you can always rely on them to be on time.  There are seven different services running in the area.  These are the 76, 76A, 76B, 51B, 68, 69, 210.  The 76 and the 76B take to the square shopping centre, Tallaght.  The 76A will to Blanchardstown or Liffey Valley.  The 51B, 68 and 69 will take you all the way to Dublinís fair city. The fair for under 16ís is 40p to near locations and 60p to anywhere else in Dublin.  The adult fair is £1.15 to all destinations.  For the millennium we received over 50 new buses of nice and comfortable surroundings, which you could cheaply avail of when you come to the Clondalkin area.



In Clondalkin we have a nicely located train station just off the Palmerstown bridge near Clondalkin village.  The very popular arrow brings you into Dublin city centre within 5 minutes, it runs every half hour.  It costs 65p for under 16ís and £1.15 for adults.  There is also an arrow going straight to Kildare which will take you there in at least 20 minutes cost for this will be a little higher.



There are several haknee ranks (privately owned taxi companies).  These are L.D cabs, Premier Cabs, Westside Cabs and also the mill cabs located beside the Mill shopping centre.  These will take you anywhere that you want to go.  These will cost under £5 if you want to go somewhere in the Clondalkin area.  Other costs depend on your destination but will not be too dear.



Taxiís run through the village every minute of the day but do not have a rank in the area.  The cost will be similar to those of the haknees and will anywhere in Dublin.