About 65,000 rugby followers headed to Cardiff’s Principality Stadium on Saturday with a full metropolis centre street closure in pressure.
Wales are taking over Australia within the second of 4 November internationals after a 17:20 GMT kick-off.
Roads will likely be closed till 20:15, and followers had been urged to get to the stadium early on account of enhanced safety checks, as with Wales v Scotland final weekend.
It’s the second match the place 4,000 seats make up an alcohol-free zone.
The trial is happening after followers complained of drunkenness, rowdiness and a few individuals consistently leaving their seats to purchase alcohol all through matches.
In addition to the town centre street closures, the M4 close to Cardiff was anticipated to be busy.
Transport for Wales had suggested followers to make use of Queen Avenue station if they’re travelling on valleys providers after the match and central for mainline locations, Ebbw Vale and Maesteg.
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There have been no deliberate engineering works in south Wales or on the road from London, however passengers travelling from the west of England by way of Tub or Bristol Temple Meads wanted to get a alternative bus.
Cardiff council had additionally urged locals to think about using bikes for brief journeys on Saturday.
It stated analysis confirmed 52% of automotive journeys within the capital had been for journeys of lower than 3.1 miles (5km), a distance it believes might be cycled in 20 minutes.