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Traffic management plan for roads around Pearse Stadium this Sunday

Gardaí will be enacting a traffic management plan on the roads around Pearse Stadium this Sunday for the Allianz League Hurling game.

Galway and Cork will face off in round 5 of the League tomorrow, with throw in at 2pm in Pearse Stadium.

The game will result in increased traffic in Salthill around the stadium and throughout Galway city.

Supporters are being urged by Galway GAA to arrive early in order to avoid traffic congestion and delays entering the stadium.

An Garda Síochana will be implementing a local traffic management plan ahead of the game which will include closing a number of residential and access roads near the stadium.

Only residents with Car Pass Permits and those with Official Car Park Passes will be able to bring a car into those areas.

People coming to the game are being asked to make use of both regular and match day car parks in Salthill which will be signposted.

Special car parking for the Sunday game will be available at St. Enda’s College on Threadneedle road.

Finally, anyone coming to the hurling game on Sunday is being asked to be “conscious, mindful and respectful to the needs of our neighbours and local residents,” by the county board.

Briain Kelly
Email: news@galwaydaily.com
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