Travel information for rugby fans travelling to Wales v England game in Cardiff
RAIL: Arriva Trains Wales is advising rugby fans travelling to Cardiff by train to allow plenty of time for their journey on Saturday.
Jonathan Goode, Special Events Manager for Arriva Trains Wales said additional capacity will be provided ahead of the Wales v England match at the Millennium Stadium, but reminded passengers that seats will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
The game will kick-off at the Millennium Stadium at 5pm and around 72,000 fans are expected to attend.
A queuing system will be in place at Cardiff Central station after the match and Queen Street station will be closed as usual after 18.15.
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Mr Goode added: “If travellers are not attending the match we would strongly advise them to travel at a different time to avoid the crowds.
"Every effort is made to provide as much additional capacity as possible for major events in Cardiff and all our available trains will be in use."
BUS: First Cymru said due to road closures in Cardiff, the Greyhound service between Swansea and Cardiff will use Fitzhamon Embankment not Cardiff bus station between 2pm and 9pm.