Portal

The Portal page contains a list of information resources. This includesthe sources of our data on the Dublin Dashboard, other data services available for Dublin, and mobile apps relating to Dublin.

Our Sources

Data sources used on the Dublin Dashboard

  • What is it?

    The Central Statistics Office (CSO) is Ireland's national statistical office whose purpose is to impartially collect, analyse and make available statistics about Ireland’s people, society and economy.

    Where is it used?

    At national level, CSO official statistics inform decision making across a range of areas including construction, health, welfare, the environment and the economy. At | European level they provide an accurate picture of Ireland’s economic and social performance and enable comparisons between Ireland and other countries.

    Themes: Demographics

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    Central Statisics Office

  • What is it?

    A Government department that is responsible for housing, planning and local government.

    Where is it used?

    The departemt publishs statistics under the following subject areas; Housing (includes Homelessness and Traveller Accommodation), Planning , Fire. The options on this page provide a means of searching for statistics within each of those areas.

    Themes: Housing

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    Housing Statistics

  • What is it?

    Dublin Bikes API provides real time and static data. Static data provides stable information like station position, number of bike stands, payment terminal availability, etc.' Dynamic data provides station state, number of available bikes, number of free bike stands, etc.

    Where is it used?

    As public bodies have progressed in areas like eGovernment and data analytics, the potential of data and, in particular, Open Data to help deliver economic, social and democratic benefits has become clearer. The data.gov.ie portal brings these datasets together in a single searchable website.

    Themes: Transport

    Queries: Getting Around

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    Derilinx Dublin Bikes

  • What is it?

    This site provides continuous real time data from a number of sources. This includes the network of air quality monitoring stations that are part of the national air quality monitoring network managed in cooperation between the Environmental Protection Agency and Dublin City Council, as well as other stations set up by Dublin City Council to monitor local air quality conditions.

    Dublin City Air and Noise

  • What is it?

    The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is at the front line of environmental protection and policing. EPA ensures that Ireland's environment is protected, and monitors changes in environmental trends to detect early warning signs of neglect or deterioration.

    Themes: Environment

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    epa.ie

  • What is it?

    Irish Rail is Ireland’s national railway operator, providing passenger and freight rail services. The Irish Rail Realtime API provides realtime station and train data including estimation of train times based on current train location. This is a REST API returning XML formatted data.

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    Irish Rail Realtime API

  • What is it?

    The LUAS Forecasts system provides a real-time feed of expected LUAS arrivals for every stop on the Red and Green Lines. The LUAS uses an Automatic Vehicle Location System (AVLS) to locate trams. The Forecasting system uses these updates to predict arrival times at platforms on the lines.

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    Luas Forecasting API

  • What is it?

    Met Éireann is Ireland's National Meteorological Service and a line division of the Department of Housing, Planning and Local Government. Our mission is to monitor, analyse and predict Ireland’s weather and climate, and to provide a quality meteorological and related information to our customers.

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    Met Éireann Weather Forecast API

  • What is it?

    The Residential Property Price Register is produced by the Property Services Regulatory Authority (PSRA) pursuant to section 86 of the Property Services (Regulation) Act 2011. It includes Date of Sale, Price and Address of all residential properties purchased in Ireland since the 1st January 2010, as declared to the Revenue Commissioners for stamp duty purposes.

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    Residential Property Price Register

  • What is it?

    Transport for Ireland is the “single public transport brand” established by the National Transport Authority to promote and integrate public transport services in Ireland. Transportforireland.ie unites service information across all modes to help make public transport even easier to navigate. The information is summarised to keep the site as user-friendly as possible.

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    Transport for Ireland

  • What is it?

    TII was established following the statutory merger of the National Roads Authority and the Railway Procurement Agency under the Roads Act 2015. The data sets on TII are complied with the DATEX II standard for real-time travel information exchange, and updated at 5 minute intervals.

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    Transport Infrastructure Ireland

Other Sources

Other Dublin data sites available from outside agencies

  • What is it?

    The AIRO Data Store has been created by the team at AIRO and NIRSA as a means of making the working data more accessible to the public.

    Instead of just dumping out masses of raw data, they are cleaned up, adding additional value and hopefully making it useful for use. The main trick is to ensure that it has a spatial component for use in GIS.

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    AIRO Data Store

  • What is it?

    BikeMaps aims to map your cycling experience to make biking safer. You know your local cycling trouble spots and we want you to map them. Your knowledge of cycling safety, hazards, and even bike thefts will be analyzed using GIS and statistics to identify hot spots of cycling safety, risk, and crime.

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    BikeMaps

  • What is it?

    The Dublin Economic Monitor is a joint initiative on behalf of the four Dublin local authorities to track developments in the capital’s economy.The Dublin City Region (i.e. the 4 Dublin local authorities combined) plays an increasingly important role in the economy of Ireland and it is important that its performance is properly tracked.

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    Dublin Economic Monitor

  • What is it?

    It is an initiative of the four Dublin Local Authorities to engage with smart technology providers, researchers and citizens to solve challenges and improve city life.

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    Dublinked

  • What is it?

    Multi Storey Car Parking Space Availability Dublin City Councils 'Live Parking Spaces' service gathers information from car parks around Dublin to show you what parking spaces are available. Updated every 5 mins.

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    Multi Storey Car Parking
  • What is it?

    This geoportal is designed to make data about the environment easier to find, browse and understand. The EPA has a large GIS database all of which is freely available under Creative Commons Attribution license 4.0 unless it states otherwise.


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    EPA
  • What is it?

    Eurofound is the EU Agency for the improvement of living and working conditions. Follow the links below to learn more about who we are, what we do, procurement opportunities and vacancies.

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    Eurofound
  • What is it?

    Eurostat is the statistical office of the European Union situated in Luxembourg. Its mission is to provide high quality statistics for Europe. While fulfilling its mission Eurostat promotes the following values: respect and trust, fostering excellence, promoting innovation, service orientation, professional independence. Looking for ways to continually improve its products and services, Eurostat gained the European Foundation for Quality Management "Committed to Excellence" recognition in November 2016.

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    Eurostat
  • What is it?

    Fingal Open Data has been created by Fingal County Council to enable citizens to access data relating to Fingal. It provides access to data from Fingal County Council and other public sector organisations that publish Fingal related data.

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    Fingal Open Data

  • What is it?

    GeoHive is an initiative by Ordnance Survey Ireland to provide easy access to publically available spatial data. GeoHive gives government departments and public sector bodies access to Ordnance Survey Ireland’s (OSi) geospatial data.

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    GeoHive

  • What is it?

    Ireland after NAMA blog was established after a one day symposium held in NUI Maynooth, on November 23rd, 2009, entitled ‘Geography after NAMA’. Ireland after NAMA uses the establishment of the National Assets Management Agency as a symbolic, watershed event in the evolution of the crisis. It therefore does not focus on NAMA per se, though it does provide commentary on the debate, policy and workings of that organisation.

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    Ireland after NAMA

  • What is it?

    Ireland's Open Data Portal is intended to provide easy access to datasets that are free to use, reuse, and redistribute. The portal is operated by the Government Reform Unit of the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform.


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    Data.gov

  • What is it?

    Almost 3,500 people from all walks of life have contributed nearly 12 million points of geodata to the current map of Ireland since the inception of OpenStreetMap in 2004.OpenStreetMap Ireland as an entity, provides an advocate voice for the OpenStreetMap project on the island of Ireland, in relation to interacting with other Open initiatives.

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    Irish OpenStreetMap Community
  • What is it?

    The Irish OpenStreetMap community are currently actively tracing all townland boundaries from GSGS 3906 map sheets into the OpenStreetMap database. If you wish to take part in this project, please see this guide for full instructions, including step-by-step videos, on how to take part.

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    Irish-Townlands
  • What is it?

    Northern Ireland's Open Data Portal, developed by the Open Data Team as part of the Digital NI initiative. The portal has been created to facilitate easy access to Northern Ireland public sector data for both reuse and redistribution. The data that is available will not be of a sensitive or personal nature, but is the raw data that drives the public sector and its services.

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    OpenDataNI

  • What is it?

    Ordnance Survey Ireland are the official national mapping agency for the Republic of Ireland. The release of open data by the OSi supports the growth of the Data.gov.ie open data platform and initiative. Ordnance Survey Ireland products and services are widely used to support the social, economic, legislative and administrative functions of the state in Ireland.

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    OSi

Services

Data visualisations and tools relevant to Dublin

  • What is it?

    The All-Island Research Observatory (AIRO) undertakes academic and applied mapping research and produces spatial datasets and specialist tools to aid in their analysis. | Based at Maynooth University, AIRO is the leading spatial analysis and planning unit | within the National Institute for Regional and Spatial Analysis (NIRSA).

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    AIRO Visualisations

  • What is it ?

    This site shares the latest on water quality and other information at the moment you search for it for over 200 beaches. You can discover beaches near you, find out which beaches have safe water quality, check out tides and learn about beach amenities. You can also be informed of swim restrictions and annual water quality ratings.

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    Find a Beach

  • What is it?

    A web-based tool to help in properly disposing of household rubbish in Dublin. By entering your street, the app will give information on domestic kerbside rubbish collection.

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    Civictech.ie Waste Disposal tool

  • What is it?

    This website is a portal to data collected in and around Ireland’s maritime zone. It collects together data and information provided by a number of organisations into one place. The development of this website has been funded by the Marine Institute.

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    Digital Ocean

  • What is it?

    This viewer displays data regarding the known wreck locations contained within the Wreck Inventory of Ireland Database (WIID) .

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    Wreck Viewer

  • What is it?

    Timelapse is a global, zoomable video that lets you see how the Earth has changed over the past 35 years .

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    Google Earth Timelapse

  • What is it?

    It is a map search facility that provides access to the records of the National Monuments Service "Sites and Monuments Record" (SMR) and the National Inventory of Architectural Heritage. The SMR records are represented on the map canvas as red dots. It is important to note that only records that are precisely located are visible on the map. The red dot equates with the known approximate centre of the record and is not indicative of its geographic extent. The records of the National Inventory of Architectural Heritage ( NIAH) are represented on the map canvas as blue dots.

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    Historic Environment

  • What is it?

    The Fingal County Council Development Plan 2017 - 2023 was made by the elected Members at a Special Council Meeting on 16th February 2017. The Fingal Development Plan will have effect from 16th March 2017 and will be used in the determination of all planning applications from this date.

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    Fingal Planning Applications

  • What is it?

    FixMyStreet is a site to help people report, view, or discuss local problems they’ve found to their local council by simply locating them on a map .

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    Fix My Street

  • What is it?

    “fixyourstreet.ie” is a service launched on 2nd of August, 2011 whereby you can report issues to your local Council. fixyourstreet.ie consists of a accessible web site with associated mobile technologies on which non emergency issues such as graffiti, road defects, issues with street lighting, water leaks/ drainage issues, and litter or illegal dumping can be reported.

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    Fix Your Street

  • What is it?

    The Heritage Maps viewer site is owned by the Heritage Council (HC) and operated on their behalf by Compass Informatics Ltd. The HC Heritage Maps viewer has been provided to enable visitors visualise heritage data and is intended as a tool for the personal investigation of heritage issues .

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    Heritage Maps

  • What is it?

    Hit The Road is a public transport journey-planning service, which you can use to find directions in and around Dublin. Hit the Road was launched in May 2010, and currently supports Dublin Bus, Luas, DART and commuter rail services.

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    Hit The Road

  • What is it?

    Inside Airbnb is an independent,non-commercial set of tools and data that allows you to explore how Airbnb is really being used in cities around the world. By analyzing publicly available information about a city's Airbnb's listings, Inside Airbnb |provides filters and key metrics so you can see how Airbnb is being used to compete |with the residential housing market.

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    Inside Airbnb

  • What is it?

    IrelandCovid-19 hub is a website that provides information based on official figures provided by the Health Protection Surveillance Centre (HPSC) and the Health Service Executive (HSE). Datasets, charts and maps are updated on an on-going basis and in line with newly published data. This site was built using the GeoHive platform, Ireland's Geospatial Data Hub.

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    Ireland's COVID-19 Data Hub

  • What is it?

    MarineTraffic is an open, community-based project, which provides real-time information on the movements of ships and the current location of ships in harbours |and ports. A database of information on the vessels includes for example details of the location where they were built plus dimensions of the vessels, gross tonnage and International Maritime Organisation (IMO) number.

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    Marine Traffic

  • What is it?

    Mapnificent shows you the area you can reach with public transport from any point in a given time. It is available for major cities in the US and world wide.

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    Mapnificient

  • What is it?

    MyHome.ie is Ireland's premium online property platform covering multiple property searches allowing users to search for new and second hand homes, rentals, shared |accommodation, Irish holiday homes, commercial property, overseas property for sale |and overseas holiday rentals.

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    MyHome

  • What is it?

    A web map portal providing spatial information relevant to the planning process in Ireland. This site is an initiative of the Department of Housing, Planning and Local |Government in conjunction with Irish Local Authorities.

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    MyPlan

  • What is it?

    A secure online national map viewer provides access to lands zoned for residential or primarey residential purposes in statutory local authority development plans and local area plans across Ireland and the location and quantity of lands that may be regarded as being undeveloped and available for residential development as of the 31st March 2014.

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    Residential Land Survey 2014

Mobile Apps

A selection of mobile apps relevant to the Dublin area

  • What is it?

    The Dublin Airport App helps you on your journey with the following features:

    • Live departing and arriving flight information.
    • Real time security queue times.
    • Gate numbers, check-in areas and baggage carousel information.
    • Live departing and arriving flight information.
    • Real time security queue times.

    Availability

  • What is it?

    Dublin Bus App on iPhone and Android helps to access Real Time Information which will estimate the times that your bus is due at your stop. Both apps are free to download.The Apps also include a Fare Calculator, Bus Timetables and a Route Planner.

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  • What is it?

    Irish Rail on mobile devices is a Free to download and will provide customers with the following;

    • Real time train information (real-time) including delays and remaining time to departure.
    • Journey planner (timetables) functionality.
    • Augmented Reality- station location services.
    • Identification of nearby stations based on current location.
    • Details of intermediate stations and whether there are any changes on route.
    • Compact display of route alternatives, including door-to-door navigation and walking distances.
    • Favourite function for destinations and routes including auto-history for past queries.
    • Re-entry on last screen when leaving or re-starting the application.

    Availability

  • What is it?

    This App gives you all the information you need to make use of Luas direct from Luas.This App includes:

    • Live Info – Real time Live Information for next trams to all stops.
    • Fares - Point to Point Fare Calculator.
    • Map – An interactive Map of all Luas Stops, Park + Rides and Lost+ Founds with links to Live Information for that stop and Directions to that stop from your location.
    • News – All the latest Luas info direct to your phone including Travel Updates, details of Holiday Services and all the latest Luas Competitions and News.
    • Contacts -Use the links throughout the App to Freephone the Luas Call Centre at 1800 300 604, email the Luas Call Centre at info@luas.ie

    Availability

  • What is it?

    With the Parking Tag mobile app you can pay for parking using your registered credit or debit card instead.Parking Tag is a Pay by Phone parking solution which can be used in Dublin City, Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown, Fingal and South Dublin County Council and now in Arklow Town, Wicklow Town and Dún.

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