Important Info: Clontarf Half Marathon and 5-Mile - July 2024

05 Jul 2024
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Clontarf Half Marathon and 5 mile - Saturday 6th July 2024.

Traffic Restriction from 9:30am to 11:45am approx.
130 Bus Diversions
The 130 outbound will follow its usual route along the Clontarf Road to Mt Prospect Ave throughout the event.
The inbound route will be diverted down St Gabriel's Road onto Seafield Road and then onto the Clontarf Road. Members of An Garda Síochána will be on duty at the Seafield Road Clontarf Road junction and at the Wooden Bridge and will operate a stop go system which will allow the bus to travel to the Wooden Bridge and resume its normal route.

The following bus stops will not be serviced by Dublin bus from approximately 9:30am until approximately 11:45am

1756 - Mount Prospect Ave / Dollymount Ave

1757 - Mount Prospect Ave / Park Lawn

1794 - Mount Prospect Ave / Rose Gardens

7469 - Mount Prospect Ave / Baymount Park

1724 - Clontarf Road

1725 - Clontarf Road / Doyles Lane

1726 – Clontarf Road / Dollymount Park


Outbound bus marked in Blue / City Bound bus marked in red. 
Traffic Restrictions
Residents are reminded that there will be no Right Hand Turn for traffic joining the Clontarf Road or James Larkin Road between the Wooden Bridge and Watermill Road. All traffic joining the coast road during the time of the restrictions will be required to turn left and travel towards Sutton.
Access to Bull Island
Restrictions will be in place at both the Wooden Bridge and Causeway Road and members of An Garda Síochána will be on duty at both locations to manage traffic. Their advice is the vehicles should leave the island before 9:30 am. After that time priority will be given to runners and drivers should expect substantial delays. Gardaí will only permit vehicles to enter or exit when it is safe to do so. Restrictions are likely to be lifted by 12:45pm at Causeway Road and 1pm at the Wooden Bridge.
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