Ahead of Nottingham Forest’s Boxing Day clash with Queens Park Rangers (kick-off 7.30pm), supporters are being reminded of the following travel information.The game is set to finish at around 9.20pm but due to the bank holiday there will be a limited amount of public transport available.
Supporters are encouraged to plan their travel arrangements well in advance of the match in order to ensure a safe arrival and departure from The City Ground.
Nottinghamshire Police Superintendent Mark Holland said: “As usual we want to make sure everyone can enjoy the match safely and this includes making sure they have made arrangements for getting home.
“With it being Boxing Day there are restrictions on public transport and this, coupled with the late finish, means fans really need to be organised.
“If you intend to drive please check where you are going to park - there are park and ride facilities - also check local timetables to see whether your bus is running, or use the tram network, to ensure you get home safely.”
On Boxing Day trams will be running until 11pm and Nottingham Express Transit will be running a free shuttle bus between the nearest tram stop, Station Street, and Trent Bridge both before and after the match.
The service is free to holders of any valid NET ticket and will run every ten minutes for two hours before the 7.30pm kick-off and for an hour after the final whistle.
For more information on this and other transport services visit the City Council website at www.nottinghamcity.gov.uk.