Travel advice for Wales v Samoa

November 14, 2012 No Comments »

Wales’ Jamie Roberts tackled by Tusi Pisi of Samoa during their World Cup game last November. The two sides will meet again at the Millennium Stadium on Friday.

Wales will take on Samoa in the second of their Autumn Internationals at the Millennium Stadium on Friday, and people are once again being urged to use public transport wherever possible to get into the city.

Friday night’s game will kick off at 7.30pm, with a crowd of 35,000 expected at the stadium.

Cardiff Council has asked people coming into the city centre to travel by public transport or coach, but anyone who is travelling by car can use the park and ride at Leckwith, at a cost of £6 per vehicle.

The car park can be accessed from Junction 33 of the M4, and will be open from 12.30pm. The last bus will leave the pick up points at 11pm, and the car park will close at 11.30pm..

There will also be coach parking off Sophia Close at a cost of £10 per coach. Cars can park at Sophia Close for the same price.

Westgate Street and Park Street will be closed from 5.30pm until 10pm on Friday night, and there will also be changes to bus routes in the city from 3pm. Cardiff Bus has details of those changes here.

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