Foo Fighters will be playing at Principality Stadium on June 25h. With the gates to the stadium opening at 4 pm, there will be a full city centre road closure around the stadium from 3 pm until midnight.

DFP – MPU – Promo – Centre

 The M4 motorway is expected to be very busy due to this concert – so please plan ahead – and avoid the congestion in Cardiff by using the park & ride at Cardiff City Football Club in Leckwith – CF11 8AZ.

For up-to-date traffic information on the motorway and trunk roads go to the Traffic Wales website, or @TrafficWalesS on Twitter and Facebook.

Those attending the concert are strongly advised to plan their journey and get in early.  Please pay attention to the prohibited items listed at, in particular the bag policy (no large bags permitted) before travelling into the city.

Road closures

From 7am, Scott Road and Park Street will be closed because of the need to prepare Gate 5 and protect queuing fans.

The following roads will be closed as part of the full city centre road closure which will take place at 3pm until midnight.

  • Kingsway from its junction with North Road 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 (access for residents and traders will be permitted via Fitzhammon Embankment.)
  • Plantagenet Street and Beauchamp Street from their junctions with Despenser Place to their junctions with Tudor Street (access for residents and traders will be permitted.)
  • The following roads will be closed in their entirety: Duke Street, Castle Street, High Street, St Mary Street, Caroline Street, Wood Street, Central Square, Westgate Street, Quay Street, Guildhall Place, Golate, Park Street, Havelock Street and Scott Road.
  • Station Terrace and Guildford Street from the junction with Newport Road to the junction with Churchill Way will be access for buses only during the times of the road closures. This is to ensure that there is reliable access for buses to the satellite points in Churchill Way.
  • Additionally, Penarth Road will be closed 30 minutes before the concert finishes and up to hour after the concert ends on safety grounds for train passengers arriving and departing from the train station.

Civic Centre: Access to part of the Civic Centre will be controlled throughout the day, with access allowed only for event parking, limited commuter parking, loading and access to private car parks.

Roads affected include King Edward VII Avenue, Museum Avenue, City Hall Road, College Road and Gorsedd Gardens Road.


Transport for Wales will be providing additional capacity where possible on routes in/out of Cardiff on Tuesday June 25th, but trains are expected to be very busy, so please allow plenty of time for your journey.

Post-event queues for mainline rail services will be on Central Square and queues for Valleys services will be to the rear of the station. Cardiff Queen Street will close at 9.30pm except for accessible access and passengers that wish to travel to Cardiff Bay.

Revenue checks will be taking place at Cardiff throughout the day. Visit or the new TfW app for the latest travel information.

If you have any issues on the railway, please speak to a conductor or, for more serious matters, you can text the British Transport Police on 61016 or call 0800 40 50 40. In an emergency, always call 999.

Great Western Railway (GWR)

GWR will run additional services to help customers get home after the concert. Extra trains will operate from Cardiff Central to Swansea, Newport, Bristol and Swindon; with plenty of parking available at station car parks.

Trains are, however, expected to be very busy immediately after the concert and a queueing system will be in place outside the station to help people board trains safely.

Those travelling from further afield should check connecting services, and the time of their last train home, at

Park & Ride facilities

Event Park & Ride is available at Cardiff City Stadium at Leckwith and can be accessed from junction 33 off the M4, following the signs to the site.

The drop off point will be at Fitzhammon Embankment.

The Park & Ride is 1.5 miles from the city centre which takes approximately 10 to 15 minutes.

The cost is £15 payable on the day – cash only.

The car park opens at 8.45am with the first bus leaving at 9am. The last bus will leave Fitzhammon Embankment at midnight and the park & ride site will close at 00.30am the following morning.

Civic Centre Event Day Parking (Cars and Coaches)

Getting there: Exit Junction 32 of the M4, head south on the A470 towards the city centre and follow signage to the civic centre.

Cost: £20 payable on the day for cars and £30 for coaches – card payments are also now available.

Parking time: The car park will open at 8am and closes at 12 Midnight.

Event Day Parking at Sophia Gardens

Sophia Gardens (cars)

(Approximately, 0.5 mile walk to the Principality Stadium, Gate 2).

Sophia Gardens Event Day Parking

Getting there: Exit junction 32 off the M4

Cost: £20 for cars and £30 for coaches – card payments are now available.

Parking time: Car park opens at 8.00am and closes at 12 midnight.

Please note: Sophia Gardens car park will be staffed until 7.00pm all vehicles are left on site at the owner’s risk. Cardiff Council will not be held responsible for any theft or damage to motor vehicles or personal possessions. Any vehicles left in the car park after closing time will be fined.


Local buses:

Bus services will be diverted while the city centre road closures are in place

Please visit the relevant bus operator’s website for more information about your specific bus routes.

For Stagecoach services, please visit: Welcome to Stagecoach (

For Cardiff Bus services, please visit:

For NAT services, please visit:

National Express:
National Express coaches will use Sophia Gardens as usual.

Can you cycle or walk?

The cycleways and the pop-up cycleways within the road closure area will remain open for cyclists to use during the event, but due to the number of people expected to attend the concert, we ask all cyclists to take due care and attention.

The road closures apply to all motor vehicles of any kind, but not to bicycles with pedals.

Those who live locally in Cardiff may want to travel by bicycle or walk. Research shows us that 52% of car trips made in the Welsh capital are less than 5km. This is a distance that can be comfortably cycled in 20 minutes.

We also know that 28% of Cardiff residents who currently do not cycle would like to do so.

When the roads are congested this makes cycling an even more attractive option as travel by bicycle would be quicker than a car during rush hours or during big events.

Shopping Parking

City centre car parks are also available: North Road Car Parks, St David’s Shopping Centre, John Lewis, Capitol Shopping Centre, and NCP (Adam Street, Dumfries Place and Greyfriars Road).

Disabled parking

Disabled drivers are advised to use Sophia Gardens. Disabled parking is also available at various private car parks.

Please check individual websites for availability.


Hackney carriage (black & white) taxis and private hire vehicles operate very differently under different legalisation. You can read more about that here –

Hackney carriage (black & white) taxis are legally required to accept bookings from taxi ranks that start and end in the city’s boundary unless they have a reasonable excuse (such as carrying open food, being excessively drunk or abusive) and they must also use the fitted taximeter to calculate the fare. Refusing these fares or not using the meter is an offence.

If someone is getting a taxi which is travelling outside the Cardiff boundary – the meter doesn’t have to be used, and the agreed price is negotiated between the driver and the customer as a verbal contract. Please negotiate with the taxi driver.

Whist some taxis will take card payments, the majority predominantly take cash only, please be mindful of this prior to obtaining a taxi from a rank and check with the driver before your journey home starts.

If you are refused a fare, or over charged by a hackney carriage taxi, please take note of the driver number or the licence plate details, as well as where and when it happened and email . Please note that we will need a statement from the customer to investigate the alleged offence and the customer may be asked to attend a committee as part of the disciplinary process.

St Mary Street taxi rank (outside the House of Fraser building) will close at 3pm and will re-open at midnight.

Cyngor teithio ar gyfer y Foo Fighters ar 25 Mehefin yn Stadiwm Principality yng Nghaerdydd

Bydd y Foo Fighters yn perfformio yn Stadiwm Principality ar 25 Mehefin.  Bydd gatiau’r stadiwm yn agor am 4pm, felly bydd ffyrdd canol y ddinas yn cau’n llawn o gwmpas y stadiwm o 3pm tan hanner nos.

Mae disgwyl i draffordd yr M4 fod yn brysur iawn oherwydd y cyngerdd hwn – felly cynlluniwch ymlaen llaw – ac osgowch y tagfeydd yng Nghaerdydd drwy ddefnyddio’r cyfleuster parcio a theithio yng Nghlwb Pêl-droed Dinas Caerdydd yn Lecwydd – CF11 8AZ.

Gallwch chi weld gwybodaeth gyfredol am y draffordd a chefnffyrdd ar wefan Traffig Cymru, neu @TrafficWalesS ar Twitter a Facebook.

Mae pobl sy’n mynd i’r cyngerdd yn cael eu cynghori’n gryf i gynllunio eu taith o flaen llaw a mynd i mewn i’r stadiwm yn gynnar.  Darllenwch y rhestr o eitemau gwaharddedig yn, yn arbennig y polisi bagiau (dim bagiau mawr) cyn teithio i’r ddinas.

Cau ffyrdd

Bydd Heol Scott a Heol y Parc yn cael eu cau yn gynnar o 7am i baratoi Gât 5 a diogelu cefnogwyr a fydd yn ciwio.

Caiff y ffyrdd canlynol eu cau fel rhan o drefniant cau ffyrdd llawn canol y ddinas am 3pm tan ganol nos.

  • Ffordd y Brenin o’r gyffordd â Heol y Gogledd i’r gyffordd â Heol y Dug.
  • Heol Ddwyreiniol y Bont-faen o’r gyffordd â Heol y Gadeirlan i’r gyffordd â Heol y Porth.
  • Stryd Tudor o’r gyffordd â Heol Clare i’r gyffordd â Stryd Wood (caniateir mynediad i breswylwyr a masnachwyr ar hyd Arglawdd Fitzhammon).
  • Plantagenet Street a Beauchamp Street o’r cyffyrdd â Despenser Place i’r cyffyrdd â Stryd Tudor (caniateir mynediad i breswylwyr a masnachwyr).
  • Bydd y ffyrdd canlynol ar gau’n gyfan gwbl: Heol y Dug, Stryd y Castell, Stryd Fawr, Heol Eglwys Fair, Stryd Caroline, Stryd Wood, Sgwâr Canolog, Heol y Porth, Stryd y Cei, Plas y Neuadd, Y Gwter, Heol y Parc, Stryd Havelock a Heol Scott.
  • Bydd mynediad i fysus yn unig i Rodfa’r Orsaf a Stryd Guildford o’r gyffordd â Heol Casnewydd at y gyffordd â Ffordd Churchill yn ystod yr amseroedd cau ffyrdd. Y rheswm dros hyn yw i sicrhau mynediad dibynadwy i fysus at y mannau lloeren yn Ffordd Churchill.
  • Yn ogystal, bydd Heol Penarth ar gau 30 munud cyn i’r cyngerdd orffen ac am hyd at awr wedi diwedd y cyngerdd er diogelwch i deithwyr sy’n cyrraedd ac yn gadael yr orsaf drenau.

Y Ganolfan Ddinesig: Rheolir mynediad i ran o’r Ganolfan Ddinesig drwy’r dydd. Caniateir mynediad yn unig i barcio ar gyfer y digwyddiad, rhywfaint o barcio ar gyfer cymudwyr, llwytho a mynediad at feysydd parcio preifat.

Mae’r ffyrdd yr effeithir arnynt yn cynnwys Rhodfa’r Brenin Edward VII, Rhodfa’r Amgueddfa, Heol Neuadd y Ddinas, Heol y Coleg a Heol Gerddi’r Orsedd.


Bydd Trafnidiaeth Cymru yn ychwanegu capasiti lle bo modd i gyrraedd/gadael Caerdydd ddydd Mawrth 25 Mehefin, ond disgwylir i’r trenau fod yn brysur iawn felly caniatewch ddigon o amser ar gyfer eich taith.

Bydd ciwiau ar ôl y digwyddiad ar gyfer gwasanaethau’r brif lein yn y Sgwâr Canolog a chiwiau ar gyfer gwasanaethau’r Cymoedd y tu cefn i’r orsaf. Bydd Heol y Frenhines Caerdydd yn cau am 9.30pm, heblaw am fynediad hygyrch a theithwyr sy’n dymuno teithio i Fae Caerdydd.

Bydd gwiriadau refeniw yn cael eu cynnal yng Nghaerdydd drwy gydol y dydd. Ewch i neu’r ap Trafnidiaeth Cymru newydd i gael y wybodaeth ddiweddaraf am deithio.

Os bydd gennych unrhyw broblemau ar y rheilffordd, siaradwch â swyddog tocynnau, neu am faterion mwy difrifol gallwch anfon neges destun at Heddlu Trafnidiaeth Prydain ar 61016 neu ffonio 0800 40 50 40 .  Ffoniwch 999 mewn argyfwng bob tro.

Great Western Railway (GWR)

Bydd GWR yn cynnal gwasanaethau ychwanegol i helpu cwsmeriaid i gyrraedd adref wedi’r cyngerdd.  Bydd trenau ychwanegol o Gaerdydd Canolog i Abertawe, Casnewydd, Bryste a Swindon; gyda llawer o lefydd parcio ar gael ym meysydd parcio’r orsaf.

Fodd bynnag, mae disgwyl i drenau fod yn brysur iawn yn syth ar ôl y cyngerdd ac fe fydd system giwio ar waith y tu allan i’r orsaf i helpu pobl i fynd i mewn i’r trenau’n ddiogel.

Dylai’r rhai sy’n teithio’n bellach wirio gwasanaethau cyswllt, ac amser eu trên olaf adref yn

Cyfleusterau Parcio a Theithio

Bydd gwasanaeth Parcio a Theithio ar gael yn Stadiwm Dinas Caerdydd Lecwydd, a gallwch chi gyrraedd hyn o gyffordd 33 yr M4 drwy ddilyn yr arwyddion i’r safle.

Y man gollwng fydd Arglawdd Fitzhammon.

Mae’r safle Parcio a Theithio 1.5 milltir o ganol y ddinas, sy’n daith o tua 10 i 15 munud.

Mae’r gost o £15 yn daladwy ar y diwrnod – arian parod yn unig.

Bydd y maes parcio yn agor am 8:45am, a bydd y bws cyntaf yn gadael am 9am. Bydd y bws olaf yn gadael Arglawdd Fitzhammon am hanner nos a bydd y safle parcio a theithio yn cau am 00:30am y bore wedyn.

Parcio yng Nghanol y Ddinas ar Ddiwrnod Digwyddiad (Ceir a Bysus)

Cyrraedd yno: Gadewch wrth Gyffordd 32 yr M4, ewch tua’r de ar yr A470 i ganol y ddinas a dilyn yr arwyddion i’r ganolfan ddinesig.

Cost: £20 yn daladwy ar y diwrnod am gar a £30 am fws – mae taliadau cerdyn hefyd ar gael.

Amserau parcio: Bydd y maes parcio yn agor am 8am ac yn cau am hanner nos.

Parcio ar Ddiwrnod Digwyddiad yng Ngerddi Sophia

Gerddi Sophia (ceir)

(Taith gerdded o tua 0.5 milltir i Stadiwm Principality, Gât 2).

Parcio ar gyfer Digwyddiad yng Ngerddi Sophia

Cyrraedd yno: Gadewch wrth gyffordd 32 yr M4.

Cost: £20 i geir a £30 i fysus – mae taliadau cerdyn ar gael nawr.

Amserau parcio: Bydd y maes parcio yn agor am 8.00am ac yn cau am 12 hanner nos.

Sylwer: Bydd staff ym maes parcio Gerddi Sophia tan 7.00pm. Gadewir pob cerbyd ar y safle ar risg y perchennog. Ni fydd Cyngor Caerdydd yn gyfrifol am unrhyw ladrad neu ddifrod i geir nac i eiddo personol. Cyflwynir dirwy i unrhyw gerbydau sy’n cael eu gadael yn y maes parcio ar ôl yr amser cau.


Bysus lleol:

Caiff gwasanaethau bws eu dargyfeirio tra bydd ffyrdd canol y ddinas ar gau

Ewch i wefan y cwmni bws perthnasol i gael rhagor o wybodaeth am eich llwybrau bws penodol.

Ar gyfer gwasanaethau Stagecoach, ewch i:   Croeso i Stagecoach (

Ar gyfer gwasanaethau Bws Caerdydd, ewch i:

Am ragor o wybodaeth am wasanaethau NAT, ewch i:

National Express:
Bydd bysus National Express yn defnyddio Gerddi Sophia fel yr arfer.

Allwch chi feicio neu gerdded?

Bydd y beicffyrdd a’r beicffyrdd dros dro yn yr ardal cau ffyrdd yn parhau ar agor i feicwyr eu defnyddio yn ystod y digwyddiad, ond oherwydd nifer y bobl y disgwylir iddynt fynychu’r cyngerdd, gofynnwn i bob beiciwr gymryd gofal a sylw dyladwy.

Mae’r trefniadau cau ffyrdd yn berthnasol i bob cerbyd modur o unrhyw fath, ond nid i feiciau â phedalau.

Gall y rheini sy’n byw yng Nghaerdydd fod eisiau beicio neu gerdded. Mae ymchwil yn dangos bod 52% o’r teithiau car ym mhrifddinas Cymru yn llai na 5km o hyd.  Mae hwn yn bellter y gellir ei feicio’n braf mewn 20 munud.

Gwyddom hefyd yr hoffai 28% o drigolion Caerdydd nad ydyn nhw’n beicio ar hyn o bryd roi cynnig arni.

Pan fo tagfeydd ar y ffyrdd, mae hyn yn gwneud beicio yn ddewis mwy atyniadol fyth oherwydd byddai teithio ar feic yn gynt nag yn y car yn ystod oriau brig neu ddigwyddiadau mawr.

Parcio i Siopwyr

Mae meysydd parcio ar gael yng nghanol y ddinas hefyd: Meysydd Parcio Heol y Gogledd; Canolfan Siopa Dewi Sant; John Lewis; Canolfan Siopa Capitol ac NCP (Stryd Adam, Plas Dumfries a Heol y Brodyr Llwydion).

Parcio i Bobl Anabl

Argymhellir bod gyrwyr anabl yn defnyddio Gerddi Sophia. Mae lleoedd parcio i bobl anabl hefyd ar gael mewn meysydd parcio preifat amrywiol.

Gweler argaeledd ar wefannau unigol.


Mae tacsis cerbydau Hacni (du a gwyn) a cherbydau hurio preifat yn gweithredu’n wahanol iawn o dan wahanol ddeddfwriaeth. Darllenwch fwy am hynny yma –

Mae’n ofynnol yn gyfreithiol i dacsis cerbydau Hacni dderbyn archebion o safleoedd tacsis sy’n dechrau ac yn gorffen yn ffin y ddinas oni bai bod ganddynt esgus rhesymol (megis cario bwyd agored, bod yn feddw neu’n ymosodol) a rhaid iddynt hefyd ddefnyddio’r mesurydd tacsi wedi’i ffitio i gyfrifo’r pris. Mae gwrthod y prisiau hyn neu beidio â defnyddio’r mesurydd yn drosedd.

Os yw rhywun yn cael tacsi sy’n teithio tu allan i ffin Caerdydd – does dim rhaid defnyddio’r mesurydd, ac mae’r pris y cytunwyd arno yn cael ei drafod rhwng y gyrrwr a’r cwsmer fel cytundeb llafar. Trafodwch gyda’r gyrrwr tacsi.

Tra bydd rhai tacsis yn cymryd taliadau cardiau, mae’r mwyafrif yn cymryd arian parod yn unig, cofiwch hyn cyn cael tacsi o safle a gwiriwch gyda’r gyrrwr cyn i’ch taith adref ddechrau.

Os gwrthodir taith i chi, neu os cymerir mwy na’r ffi gan dacsi cerbyd hacni, nodwch rif y gyrrwr neu fanylion y rhif plât, yn ogystal â ble a phryd y digwyddodd ac e-bostiwch . Sylwch y bydd angen datganiad gan y cwsmer arnom i ymchwilio i’r drosedd honedig, ac efallai y gofynnir i’r cwsmer fynychu pwyllgor fel rhan o’r broses ddisgyblu.

Bydd safle tacsis Heol Eglwys Fair (y tu allan i House of Fraser) yn cau am 3pm ac yn ailagor am hanner nos.