Travel advice for Wales v Argentina

November 8, 2012 No Comments »

Wales will kick off their Autumn Internationals campaign at the Millennium Stadium on Saturday.

Cardiff Council has issued travel advice for people travelling to and from the city centre this Saturday for the first game of the Autumn International series.

Wales will kick off their campaign against Argentina in the Millennium Stadium at 2.30pm, with a crowd of 45,000 expected for the game.

The council is urging anyone coming into the city centre to use public transport or travel by coach, and if you do need to drive to use the council’s park and ride service at County Hall, which can be accessed from Junction 33 of the M4. Parking costs £6 per car. The car park will open at 9.30am, and close at 6.30pm, with the last bus leaving the pick up points at 6pm.

There will be no park and ride facilities at Cardiff City Football Stadium this weekend due to a home game.

Coach parking will be available off Sophia Close at a cost of £10 per coach, and car parking there will also cost £10.

Part of Westgate Street will be closed from 12.30pm to 5.30pm, which will also affect bus services in the city.

Cardiff Bus has details of changes to all routes between 11.30am and 6.30pm here.

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