Waterford supporters travelling to Cork for the all Ireland Hurling quarter final on Sunday are being warned that there will be severe restrictions on parking anywhere near the stadium.
The advice is to arrive early and to park and ride or walk to the stadium.
Gardaí will be on duty at Killeagh, the Dunkettle roundabout and all other areas where there may be delays to ensure traffic will run as smoothly as possible.
Gardaí advise traffic from Waterford city, Wexford and South Kilkenny approach Cork from the M8 rather than the N25.
Then take the Jack Lynch tunnel, head along the N24 towards the Mahon Point shopping centre and follow the signs.
Parking is available in the city centre with regular shuttle bus services to Páirc Uí Chaoimh.
In addition to on street parking, Q Park are offering discounted Match Day parking at a fixed rate of €5 for Parc Ui Caoimh Customers.
This offer will run from 10am to 8pm each match day and applies to City Hall and Carroll’s Quay car parks only.
To avail of this offer supporters should visit http://paircuichaoimh.ie and follow the link to q-park.ie Tickets must be booked before midnight prior to the day of the match.
Supporters intending to travel by bus can avail of express Bus Eireann services from Waterford.
· Buses will depart from Waterford Bus Station every hour from 09:00 with the last return journey at 20:40 from Cork Bus Station
· Buses will depart Dungarvan every hour Davitts Quay from 09:50 with the last return journey at 20:40 from Cork Bus Station
On arrival in Cork the Route 202 service operates every 20 minutes to Pairc Ui Chaoimh from Merchants Quay adjacent to the Bus Station.
Supporters arriving by train to Kent Station, can avail of a bus service from 13.30hrs which will serve Parnell Place Bus Station en-route to Pairc Ui Chaoimh (Ballintemple) for the game on each day.