When I'm in Dublin, I commute from Bayside into central Dublin to my company's offices there.
I take the DART train from Bayside (Cois Bá in Irish, which of course means "bay side"):
A return ticket costs 3 euro and 80 cents. That's well over 5 dollars for two 30 minute train trips. Over three times the price of the equivalent trip in Boston, although the trains are arguably cleaner and more comfortable.
I missed a train and have to wait 14 minutes for the next one:
Here comes the train:
As in Boston, there are free newspapers on the train. Here in Dublin there is the Metro and the Herald. Unlike Boston, the free papers in Dublin have full-page advertisements in Polish and Cantonese, but no Spanish.
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