Members of the Oireachtas seeking information relating to the NDA can email their queries to the dedicated email address of OireachtasReps@nda.ie in accordance with DPER Circular 25/2016 on the provision of information to Members of the Oireachtas by State Bodies under the aegis of Government Departments/Offices.
Getting to the National Disability Authority
Lansdowne Road train station is a 1.3km walk from the National Disability Authority’s offices.
Dublin Bus’s bus stops near 25 Clyde Road include:
- Northumberland Rd, Lansdowne Park
- Morehampton Road, Royal Hospital
- Waterloo Road, Pembroke Lane
- Waterloo Road, Morehampton Road
Local taxi companies include:
- NRC Taxis: 01-6 77 22 22 (advertised as having wheelchair-accessible taxis)
- Global Taxis: 01-8 72 72 72
Getting to the NDA by Bike
The NDA is readily accessible by bicycle. The nearest Dublin Bikes stations are located at Herbert Place and Wilton Terrace. Bikes can be locked to bike stands located outside No. 22 Clyde Road, which are available for public use.
Getting to the NDA from the Airport
Dublin Bus offers airport services.
Aircoach offers bus services from the airport, including route 702 that stops at the Ballsbridge Hotel, which is 700 metres from the National Disability Authority. Some Aircoach services are not accessible for wheelchair users.
Taxis are available at the airport.
Pay & Display Parking is available on Clyde Road from 10am to 6pm, Monday to Friday. Parking costs are controlled by Dublin Street Parking Services.
You will have to feed the meter regularly or you can set up phone parking with parkingtag.ie.