Extra trains for Wales - England clash
Extra trains will be laid on for the Wales v England Six Nations match on Saturday.
The game will kick off at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff at 5pm and around 74,000 fans are expected at the stadium. Train services, including many via Cheltenham and Gloucester are expected to be busy.
A queuing system will be in place at Cardiff Central station after the match and Queen Street station will be closed as usual after 6.15pm. Travellers are advised to make their way directly to the station after the match ends.
Jonathan Goode, Arriva special events manager said: "Additional capacity will be provided to ensure the transportation of fans to and from the match and all available trains will be in use."
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