The Dublin Marathon’s course will kick off at Fitzwilliam Street Upper on Sunday, October 28 at 8.55am. The finish line for the race is Merrion Square North up to 5pm.
Traffic restrictions will be in place near Merrion Square from 7pm on Friday, October 26.
In partnership with the Local Authorities and An Garda Siochana, race organisers are cooperating to ensure as little disruption as possible to residents and businesses located near the route for the entire duration of the event.
Dublin Bus diversions will be in place from Friday at 7pm until 6pm Monday.
Luas lines Sunday Service commences at 7am and finish at 11.30pm. Trams are scheduled to arrive every 10 minutes.
Extra train services will operate before the marathon as follows:
6.45am Drogheda to Dublin Connolly, serving all stations Drogheda to Howth Junction inclusive, and Dublin Connolly
7.05am Maynooth to Dublin Connolly, serving all stations Maynooth to Broombridge inclusive, and Dublin Connolly
7.30am Howth to Dublin Connolly, serving all stations
The @sseairtricity #DublinMarathon finish line awaits! 🏃🏼♂️🏅#ICANIWILL pic.twitter.com/uhA6oIwSr7
— Dublin Marathon (@dublinmarathon) October 6, 2018
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