Wales’ second home game of the Six Nations takes place this weekend and the following road closures will be in place.
The kick-off for Wales v Ireland at the Millennium Stadium is at 5pm – with the roads below being closed to traffic from 3.30pm to 7.30pm:
– Kingsway from its junction with North Rd / Boulevard de Nantes to its junction with Duke St.
– Cowbridge Road East from its junction with Cathedral Rd to its junction with Westgate St.
– Tudor St from its junction with Clare Rd to its junction with – Wood St (access for residents & traders will be permitted)
– Plantagenet St & Beauchamp St from their junctions with – Despenser Place to their junctions with Tudor St (access for residents & traders will be permitted)
The roads below will be closed in their entirety:
Duke St, Castle St, High St, St.Mary St, Caroline St, Wood St, Central Sq, Westgate St, Quay St, Guildhall Pl, Golate, Park St, Havelock St & Scott Rd
Those travelling in to the game are advised to use public transport or the Cardiff council park and ride service at Junction 33 of the M4. Costing £6 a car.
The park and ride sites will have a staff presence from 9am until 8pm.
Coaches are advised to leave at Junction 32 of the M4 where they will be directed to Sophia Gardens. Parking costs £10.
Queen Street station will be closed from 6.30pm and the train drivers strike planned by Aslef has been called off.