Dublin road closures to be aware of this bank holiday weekend
By Katy Thornton
The June banker is a busy one.
Dublin is absolutely packed with events this June bank holiday weekend, from Forbidden Fruit to Bord Bia Bloom Fest to the VHI Women's Mini Marathon. Naturally, that means there are going to be some traffic diversions and road closures, and if you don't want to get caught out, here's everything you need to know.
Forbidden Fruit, Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th June
Traffic restrictions will be in place on Military Road and Kilmainham Lane. At the end of the festival, Military Road from Heuston Station will be closed.
VHI Women's Mini Marathon - Sunday 4th June
These road closures will include parking suspensions on some streets. You can check these out on the VHI Women's Mini Marathon website.
Between 4am and 7pm
Fitzwilliam Street Upper
Fitzwilliam Street Place
Fitzwilliam Square North
Fitzwilliam Square South
Baggot Street Lower
James's Street East
Fitzwilliam Street Lower
Merrion Square East
Merrion Square South
Mount Street Upper
Between 8:30am and 5pm
Stephens Green East
Stephens Green South
Stephens Green North
Kevin Street Lower
Merrion Row (until 6pm)
Hume Street (until 6pm)
Merrion Street Upper
Ely Place (until 6pm)
Merrion Square West (until 6pm)
Between 10am and 4pm
Leeson Street Lower
Hatch Street Lower
Between 11:30am and 4pm
Leeson Street Upper
Stillorgan Road (Fosters Avenue to Donnybrook Road)
Merrion Road (Ballsbridge - Merrion Gates)
Baggot Street Upper
Bord Bia Bloom Festival - Thursday 1st June - Monday 5th June
There does not appear to be road closures or traffic diversions around Phoenix Park for Bloom Festival. However, make sure you give yourself plenty of time to travel there in the event of congestion.
Header image via Instagram / VHI Women's Mini Marathon. This article originally appeared on Lovin Dublin.
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