Traffic disruption expected in east and south Belfast ahead of Ulster v Zebre
Police are advising motorists of traffic and travel disruption in east and south Belfast tonight ahead of the Ulster Rugby match.
Ahead of the Ulster v Zebre match tonight police are warning about potential traffic disruption in the following areas:
The Cregagh Road has re-opened following a bomb attack in east Belfast this morning on a serving prison officer's car.
Further disruption is expected on Mount Merrion Avenue, Knockbreda Road, Rosetta Park and Ravenhill Road between 5.30pm and 7.45pm and 9pm-10.30pm.
Police are also reminding people travelling to Kingspan Stadium in East Belfast of the revised traffic management system.
There will be limited access to Onslow Parade and Ravenhill Park for residents, public transport and taxis dropping off fans at the stadium.
Police are encouraging those attending the match to make use of the available Park and Ride facilities provided by Ulster Rugby.
If people are parking in the area, please park with consideration to local residents, keep drive ways and other access routes clear and follow the directions of local police.
Any vehicles found to be illegally parked or causing an obstruction to local residents, emergency vehicles or traffic may be removed at considerable expense to the owner.
Belfast Telegraph Digital