Tayside Police have issued important travel advice to supporters attending the Brechin v St Johnstone Scottish Cup Tie at Glebe Park in Brechin on Saturday 12 March 2011.
All traffic attending the Match from the A90 south should ignore the first exit for Brechin and continue north taking the second exit for Brechin. Follow the signs for Brechin (B966) until you join Trinity Road where on street parking will be available near to the ground. Please heed the police warning signs as you may be met with stationary or queuing traffic along this road. After the match supporters should leave Brechin via Trinity Road and on to the A90.
Glebe Park, Brechin has very limited parking and priority will be given to official and parking for disabled persons. On street parking is plentiful in surrounding areas however please respect driveways and dropped kerbs. Certain areas will be coned off by the police in order to maintain free flowing traffic and emergency vehicle access. Police officers will assist with parking and other traffic management issues.
There will be limited parking for Coaches at Glebe Park with further parking available along Eddie Avenue, which can be accessed from Trinity Road. Coaches should travel to the top of Eddie Avenue where they may turn and park facing Trinity Road. This is a residential area and passengers are asked to respect that when they board and alight from the coaches.