Cardiff is playing host to the London 2012 Games Football competition and will attract large numbers of visitors to the city.
Temporary traffic management measures will be introduced around Millennium Stadium on match days. These will include road closures around the stadium two hours before kick-off until one hour after the final whistle.
On some days, two matches will be played and road closures will remain in place until one hour after the end of the second match.
No vehicles will be permitted within road closure areas on match days. However, emergency and essential services will have access at all times.
Traffic management measures
There will be a number of partial and complete road closures in Cardiff city centre two hours prior to the event, and for at least one hour afterwards, as follows.
The following roads will be closed:
- Caroline Street
- Castle Street
- Central Square
- Duke Street
- Guildhall Place
- Havelock Street
- High Street
- Park Street
- Quay Street
- Scott Road
- St Mary Street
- Wood Street
- Westgate Street
The following roads will be partially closed:
- Kingsway from its junction with North Road / Boulevard de Nantes to its junction with Duke Street
- Cowbridge Road East from its junction with Cathedral Road to its junction with Westgate Street
- Tudor Street from its junction with Clare Road to its junction with Wood Street
- Plantagenet Street and Beauchamp Street from their junctions with Despenser Place to their junctions with Tudor Street
Sophia Gardens car park will not be open for public use on match days.
The pay-and-display parking on roads around Cathays Park will also be suspended on match days to allow coaches to park.
This will affect the following roads:
- Museum Avenue
- King Edward VII Avenue
- City Hall Road
Further sections of these roads may have pay-and-display parking bays suspended, depending on demand. For more information call 0800 0111 300.
For information about how travel will be affected in your local area, including roads and public transport, visit www.getaheadofthegames.com.
You can see a map of traffic management measures in Cardiff in the section below.