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Amex: Travel Update

13 May 2013

As we count down to the kick-off of tonight's second leg we bring you the latest travel details for the match:- 

Bus
 
The normal matchday bus services will be in operation for tonight's game, including park & ride services.
 
Train
 
The normal matchday train services will be in operation for tonight’s game and the trains will be spread out to cover the possibility of extra-time and penalties.
 
If you are concerned about getting the train following extra-time and penalties you might want to consider the parking information below.
 
Crystal Palace supporters will be able to get a train from Falmer station direct to East Croydon at 10.10pm if the match is completed after 90 minutes and at 11.10pm if it goes to extra-time and penalties.
 
Parking
 
Supporters with a ticket for tonight’s play-off semi-final home leg can park at Bridge car park, 
 
Fans can pay on arrival at The Bridge car park and cost is £12. 
 
Directions to The Bridge car park.

Bridge car park – BN1 9PW

From Brighton city centre: Head north on Old Steine, toward Edward St, and follow the A23. Keep right at the fork approaching St. Peter’s Church and follow the A270 onto Lewes Rd.  Continue to head straight on for around three miles, across the lights on the junction of the A270, and bear right along this road. At the lights turn right under the flyover, continue straight on and under the railway bridge where stewards will direct you to the available parking bays. 

Eastbound: Leave the A27 at the Hollingbury exit and follow the signs for Coldean.  Turn left at the lights on the junction of the A270 and bear right along this road. At the lights turn right under the flyover, continue straight on and under the railway bridge where stewards will direct you to the available parking bays. 

Westbound: On the A27 head past the off-slip for Falmer and bear left off the A27 at the next junction, signposted to Brighton, onto the A270. Stay left on the slip road and, at the traffic lights, turn left and head straight on, under the railway bridge, to where stewards will direct you to the available parking bays. 

The stadium is a 750 yard flat walk.
 


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