Dublin's new and fancy Metro is the talk of the town this week and the official and updated plans are expected to be released by the National Transport Authority next week.
A copy of the plans however, have been seen by The Irish Times, who report that as well as the existing Luas green line stop on St Stephen’s Green west, an underground Metro station will be built at Stephen's Green east.
The Dublin Metro will travel underground for the majority of the route, stopping at St.Stephen's Green, O'Connell Street, Mater (although this may be scrapped), Drumcondra, Griffith Avenue, with elevated tracks for DCU, Ballymun, Dardistown and Northwood.
It will also stop off at the airport, before coming back up for stops at Fosterstown, Swords Central, Seatown and the Estuary.
Southside, the Metro will travel via Stephen's Green and Charlemont, all the way to Sandyford.
Here's what the new Metro map will look like:
While the new Metro won't be completed for another 10 years, it might be an idea to start thinking about moving to one of the proposed stops... It's gonna be v handy.