Scotland V Ireland - Travel Advice

Supporters travelling to tomorrow’s Scotland v Ireland match at Murrayfield in the RBS 6 Nations Championship are being advised to allow extra time for their journeys. The match kicks-off at 1.30pm.Supporters travelling to tomorrow’s Scotland v Ireland match at Murrayfield in the RBS 6 Nations Championship are being advised to allow extra time for their journeys. The match kicks-off at 1.30pm.

Supporters travelling by train from the west of the country are advised that there are major engineering works taking place at Glasgow Central Station, primarily affecting services between Glasgow and Ayrshire and the south-west of the country. Though most supporters would change at Glasgow Central and continue their journey to Edinburgh from Glasgow Queen Street Station, some journeys may take longer and trains may be replaced by buses for all or part of a route. Supporters should check timings by calling National Rail Inquiries on 0845 7 48 49 50 or log on to www.nationalrail.co.uk.

Meanwhile motorists using the M9 to come to the match from West Lothian, Central, Falkirk and Stirlingshire are reminded that there are roadworks at Junction 1a, Newbridge.

Amery, who are planning and managing the work on behalf of Transport Scotland, advise that they plan to operate a contraflow and encourage motorists to allow extra time for their journeys.

Lothian and Borders Police also advise that there is a bike show taking place at the Exhibition Centre at Ingliston from 9am-5pm and that thousands are expected to attend that event.