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Traffic Management Plan - Fairview Park Concerts 29 & 30 June 2024

The Saw Doctors - 29 June 2024

Loyle Carner - 30 June 2024

Both concerts set to take place this weekend in Fairview Park are scheduled to finish any time between 10pm and 10:30pm each night.

To ensure appropriate traffic management and safe exit of the concerts goers, An Garda Síochána will be regulating and diverting traffic and attendees in the immediate vicinity of Fairview Park.

The following diversions will be implemented approximately five minutes before show's end and be held in place for a maximum of 30 minutes.

North Strand Diversions

Vehicles traveling outbound on North Strand road will be diverted via Annesly Place, left onto Poplar Row, right onto Luke Kelly Bridge, right onto Fairview Strand and exiting the diversion route at edges corner.

East Wall Road Diversions

Vehicles traveling towards the Clonliffe Road, on the East Wall Road will be diverted right onto Alfie Byrne Road, left onto Clontarf Road, right at Edges Corner and left onto Luke Kelly Bridge. Any residents that live on West Road, Stoney Road, Faith Ave or Hope Ave will be accommodated at the initial diversion point and will be able to get to their residence.

Fairview Diversions

Vehicles traveling towards town on Fairview will be diverted onto Fairview Strand at Edges Corner. Vehicles will turn left onto Luke Kelly Bridge, into Ballybough. Residents living on Cadogan Road & Addison Road will be accommodated when possible at the initial diversion point.

Private Coach & bus drop offs are at the Clontarf Road side of Alfie Byrne Road.

Bus pick up will be on the Clontarf Road Inbound opposite Clontarf Garda Station.