There has been a big rise in the number of people traveling to work, school or college in the last four years.
Since 2011, cycling has taken the biggest jump in popularity among Dublin commuters - rising by 43%. Three quarters of people who cycle around town are men, according to the figures.
The latest CSO figures show, in April 2016, 2,962,550 people said they traveled to work, school or college which was a 9.3% rise on the 2011 figure. Journeys on buses rose by 22%, while train trips rose by over 19%.
Deirdre Cullen, Senior Statistician said "It is particularly timely as we move into Autumn and the return of students to schools and colleges across the country.”
Cars are still the most common mode of transport for workers, with just under half of working commuters living in Dublin city and suburbs taking to the wheel, while less than 10% walk to work.
With more people on the roads and rail lines, it's taking longer to get to our destinations. The CSO figures show that commuting times rose in every county and the national average commuting time in April 2016 was 28.2 minutes, up from 26.6 minutes in 2011.
Unsurprisingly, commuters in counties bordering Dublin had the longest average commuting time, with those in Meath and Wicklow travelling for almost 35 minutes.