Travel Information for Páirc Uí Chaoimh on Sunday 22nd October 2017-10-21 16:00:00

General Information
This Sunday, October 22nd Páirc Uí Chaoimh opens at 12 noon. Please allow plenty of time for your journey as you may encounter delays. Please note residential estates will be cordoned off, stewards will be on duty and there will be no parking at the stadium and environs. All spectators will be subject to a bag search. Please do not bring backpacks or large bags. Travel to Cork by rail or bus if possible and walk or bus to the stadium.
Gardai have advised that due to impending storm “Brian” and the current issues with flooding on the roads and damage to footpaths and trees around Pairc Ui Chaoimh, patrons should arrive early for the Football and Hurling County Senior Hurling Finals on Sunday and park in the city or the Boreenmanna Road.
 Pedestrians are advised to walk to the grounds via  Monahan Road (as Centre Park Road is currently closed to pedestrians)  or via Maryville.

Public Transport Information
Travel to Cork by bus or rail if possible and walk or bus to the stadium.
Those travelling from east Cork by rail can avail of free parking at Midleton, Carrrigtwohill, Glounthaune and Little Island railway stations
Bus services will be running from Parnell Place/Merchants Quay to Ballintemple, adjacent to Páirc Uí Chaoimh.  
Q-Park offer visitors to Páirc Uí Chaoimh discounted car parking in Cork City when you prebook your parking stay online using the below links.  To avail of the offer parking must be booked on line by midnight on the night prior to the match.
Click Here For Q-Park City Hall
Click Here For Q-Park Carroll’s Quay
Click Here For Opening Hours, Location Maps & Services
Traffic from N25 and M8 is advised to take the Jack Lynch Tunnel and to approach the stadium from the Mahon direction.
When leaving the stadium pedestrians will have priority and vehicles will be held for pedestrian safety.

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