Dublin Gardaí appeal for St Patrick's Day Parade goers to 'please use public transport'

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Dublin Gardaí appeal for St Patrick's Day Parade goers to 'please use public transport'
16:01 Tuesday 13th of March 2018

Gardaí are urging people attending this Saturday's St Patrick's Day parade in Dublin to 'please use public transport.'

The route for the Dublin St. Patrick's Day Parade is 2.5 kilometres long and leads from Parnell Square down O'Connell Street, over the River Liffey via O'Connell Bridge into Westmoreland Street, past Trinity College at College Green and on to Dame Street. It then turns left at Christchurch Cathedral into Lord Edward Street, Nicholas Street and Patrick Street before finally finishing at St. Patrick's Cathedral.

The NTA in association with all Public Transport Providers have developed a significant Public Transport network for the day. http://www.transportforireland.ie/

If you live outside the M50 try to leave your car outside the M50. If you live inside the M50 try to leave your car outside the Grand Canal on the Southside or outside the North Circular Road on the Northside.

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