You can find on this page the Dublin streets map to print and to download in PDF. The Dublin roads map presents the road network, main roads, routes and motorways of Dublin in Leinster - Ireland.

Dublin streets map

Map of Dublin streets

The Dublin streets map shows all street network and main roads of Dublin. This streets map of Dublin will allow you to find your routes through the streets of Dublin in Leinster - Ireland. The Dublin streets map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

The Wide Streets Commission was established in 1757 at the request of Dublin Corporation to govern architectural standards on the layout of streets, bridges and buildings (see Dublin streets map). In 1759, the founding of the Guinness brewery resulted in a considerable economic gain for the city. For much of the time since its foundation, the brewery was Dublin largest employer. St Stephen Green is adjacent to one of Dublin main shopping streets, Grafton Street, and to a shopping centre named for it, while on its surrounding streets are the offices of a number of public bodies and the city terminus of one of Dublin Luas tram lines.

There are many pubs across the city centre, with the area around St. Stephen Green and Grafton Street, especially Harcourt Street, Camden Street, Wexford Street and Leeson Street, having the most popular nightclubs and pubs. The areas around Leeson Street, Harcourt Street, South William Street and Camden/George Street are popular nightlife spots for locals as its shown in Dublin streets map. A major €800m development for the city centre, known as the "Northern Quarter" is currently in doubt. It involved the construction of 47 new shops, 175 apartments and a four-star hotel. Dublin City Council gave Arnotts planning permission for the plans to change the area bounded by Henry Street, O'Connell Street, Liffey Street and Abbey Street. Following appeals to An Bord Pleanála, the extensive scale of the development was reduced. Prince Street, which runs off O'Connell Street, was to become a full urban street and pedestrian thoroughfare.

Situated a few streets over from Grafton Street as you can see in Dublin streets map– one of Dublin two principal shopping thoroughfares – in what is known as the Creative Quarter, this has become one of the trendiest locations in the city in recent years. One of the most historic streets in Dublin, today Capel Street is home to fantastic cafés like Brother Hubbard North, modern gastropubs and an array of second-hand shops perfect for scavenging a bargain. The long, straight stretch that connects the city centre with the inner suburbs of Ranelagh and Rathmines is actually divided into five streets, but their boundaries often blur in the minds of Dubliners, and all are worth exploring. Manor Street is the main road in the neighbourhood of Stoneybatter, located roughly a half-hour walk from O’Connell Street.

Dublin roads map

Map of Dublin roads

The Dublin roads map shows all road network and highways of Dublin. This roads map of Dublin will allow you to find your routes through the roads and motorways of Dublin in Leinster - Ireland. The Dublin roads map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

The road network in Ireland is primarily focused on Dublin. The M50 motorway as its mentioned in Dublin roads map, a semi-ring road which runs around the south, west and north of the city, connects important national primary routes to the rest of the country. In 2008, the West-Link toll bridge was replaced by the eFlow barrier-free tolling system, with a three-tiered charge system based on electronic tags and car pre-registration. The toll is currently €2 for vehicles with a pre-paid tag, €2.50 for vehicles whose number plates have been registered with eFlow, and €3 for unregistered vehicles. There are delays through Rathcoole on all approaches to the roundabout where Main St meets the Newcastle Rd (R120). The Belgard Rd has delays from Mayberry Rd to Airton Rd.

The first phase of a proposed eastern bypass for the city is the Dublin Port Tunnel, which officially opened in 2006 to mainly cater for heavy vehicles. The tunnel connects Dublin Port and the M1 motorway close to Dublin Airport as its shown in Dublin roads map. The city is also surrounded by an inner and outer orbital route. The inner orbital route runs approximately around the heart of the Georgian city and the outer orbital route runs primarily along the natural circle formed by Dublin two canals, the Grand Canal and the Royal Canal, as well as the North and South Circular Roads. A new temporary road layout is in place for works on the N56 on the Narin side of Glenties until further notice. There are also stop/go systems and a reduced speed limit of 50kmph on this stretch.

Details on over 4,000 roads and streets in Dublin City as its shown in Dublin roads map. Dataset compiled by the Roads and Traffic Division Dublin City Council listing 4772 roads, street, lanes and bridges in the Dublin City council administrative area. Details include alphabetical listing of road names; street class (1-National primary, 2 National secondary, 3-Regional 4-7 local road); New area is the five administrative areas within Dublin City Council -1-Central, 2-North West, 3-North West, 4-South Central and 5-South East. Surface types are 1-asphalt, 2-concrete, 3-macadam, 4-setts, 5-flags. Electoral area, line length, national route no(if applicable), year built, Ordnance survey sheet no, road start, road finish and Irish translation of street names.