With the kick-off of the Rugby match between Wales and Australia at 3.15 pm, there will be an entire city centre road closure from 11.15 am until 7.15 pm to ensure all visitors can get into the stadium out of the stadium safely and securely.
The M4 motorway is anticipated to be extremely busy. The authorities are urging visitors to plan accordingly to avoid the congestion in Cardiff by using the park & ride at County Hall in Cardiff Bay.
Rail passengers are being urged to plan their journeys carefully as industrial action is set to impact services across the Wales and Borders network.
Rail passengers are being urged to plan their journeys carefully this Saturday (November 26th), with industrial action set to impact services across the Wales and Borders network.
Transport for Wales (TfW) is not involved in Saturday’s strikes. Still, industrial action by the train drivers’ union ASLEF at 12 other operators means TfW services across the network are likely to be very busy.
On Saturday, November 26th TfW services in South Wales between Carmarthen and Newport are expected to be very busy because no Great Western Railway (GWR) services are running in/out of Wales on Saturday, November 26th.
All customers are strongly advised to check for the latest travel information on the TfW website, mobile app or social media channels before making their journey.
TfW is providing coach services between Swansea – Cardiff and Newport – Cardiff to provide additional capacity for the rugby. To book coach travel,can visit the official website.
The event park & ride facilities will be at County Hall in Cardiff Bay. The drop of point in the city centre is Callaghan Square.