Inverness Cal. Th. v Hearts Semi-Final Approach Routes

Saturday 26th January 2013

Inverness Caledonian Thistle FCHeart of Midlothian FCTHE SCOTTISH COMMUNITIES LEAGUE CUP SEMI-FINAL 2013
Inverness Caledonian Thistle F.C. v Heart of Midlothian F.C.

Easter Road Stadium, Edinburgh.
Saturday 26th January, 2013
Kick-off 3.00 p.m.





The designated Coach/Minibus Parking for Hearts Supporters is Regent Road, under the direction of Police/Traffic Wardens. Coaches/Minibuses from outside Edinburgh are recommended to approach via the City By-Pass - South (A720) at the Hermiston Gate Roundabout. Travel on the A720 to the Old Craighall Junction taking the first exit for Edinburgh (A1), following signs for Portobello. Take first exit for City Centre (A1140) at the third roundabout and travel via Portobello Road, Jock’s Lodge, (rejoin A1), Meadowbank and London Road, then into Montrose Terrace and Regent Road. Regent Road is reserved for Hearts Support only. Supporters are required to disembark and embark in this area, then walk down Easter Road, right into Bothwell Street, over the footbridge to Albion Road. Please note that Coaches /Minibuses are not permitted in the vicinity of the Stadium either to drop off or pick-up supporters.


The designated Coach/Minibus Parking for Inverness Supporters is Leith Links, under the direction of Police/Traffic Wardens. To avoid the on-going tramworks in the City Centre Inverness Supporters crossing the Forth Road Bridge (A90), should continue along Queensferry Road (A90) to the traffic lights at Backhall. Keep in the left hand lane at the traffic lights on to Telford Road (A902). At the roundabout at Crewe Toll, turn right on to Ferry Road. At the traffic lights at the end of Ferry Road turn right on to Great Junction Street, crossing the bottom of Leith Walk along Duke Street to the Leith Links. Supporters are required to disembark and embark in this area, then walk up to Easter Road. Turning left into St Clair Street which brings you directly up to the Famous Five (North) Stand. The journey away from the stadium is a reverse of this route


BOTH CLUBS - Supporters travelling by car should note that there are no parking arrangements for cars in the immediate vicinity of the Stadium. Parking is controlled by a Temporary Traffic Regulation Order (coned areas). A tow-away scheme is in operation for illegally parked vehicles. Persons with disabilities displaying a valid Disabled Parking Badges on their vehicles will be permitted to park on the south side of St Clair Street under the direction of Parking Attendants/Police.

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