Motorists can expect more garda road checkpoints this weekend, as roads to the capital will be busy with football supporters.
A cross-border road safety campaign has been launched ahead of tomorrow's All-Ireland football final.
The initiative is encouraging people to - Be a team player on the road to Croker - as Tyrone prepare to take on Mayo.
The GAA, PSNI, An Garda Siochana, and Road Safety NI have teamed up to remind fans to take note of local speed limits and to leave enough time for their journey.
Inspector Derek Lynott says the message for drivers remains the same - belt up, adhere to the speed limits, be aware of other road users and don’t drink /drug drive.