Buses across Cardiff are set to be diverted on Sunday as thousands of women march through the capital to mark 100 years of women’s suffrage.
Cardiff Bus is alerting passengers to service alterations as the women’s Procession event takes place across the city centre.
During the day thousands of women and girls will march from Leckwith to Bute Park, via the city centre, to celebrate 100 years since women achieved voting equality.
The Cardiff event, organised by art producers NOW and Artichoke, is one of four taking place across the UK on Sunday.
During the event, roads in Leckwith will be closed to traffic from midday, while city centre roads will be closed from 2pm, with all routes set to reopen at 4.30pm.
Cardiff Bus passengers are also being alerted to a number of service diversions during the day. These include the 13, 17, 18, and 96A, which will start and end at Home Bargains, Canton and will not serve any city centre stops. The 1.40pm (18) and 1.50pm (17) buses from Ely, will run their normal route to The Pendine, then will divert to the city centre along Cowbridge Road West, A4232 Ely Link Road, Hadfield Road, Penarth Road and Clare Road, not serving any stops from The Pendine, through Canton to the city centre.
The 61 will not run across the city centre, but instead will split with buses to Pentrebane departing from Canton Home Bargains; and buses to Pengam Green leaving Churchill Way.
The 28B, 30, 35, 54 (to Cyncoed), 21, 23, 24 and 27 services will leave from Greyfriars Road, the Baycar 6 service will depart from Customhouse Street and rear of Central Station Buses 8, 9A, and X45 to Cardiff Bay & Sports Village will leave from Station Terrace (outside Queen Street Station), Philharmonic (Lower St Mary Street) and Tudor Street.
The 44, 45, 49, and 50, and the 52, 57 and 58 will all leave from the Royal Hotel, while the 25, 63, and 64 services will depart from Sophia Gardens Coach Station.
The 95 service will divert via Clare Road, Penarth Road and Hadfield Road to Leckwith, in both directions.
Finally, services 8 & 9A (towards Heath Hospital) X45 (towards St. Mellons) and 92 & 94 will run as normal and are not affected by the road closures.
Cardiff Bus commercial manager Gareth Stevens said: “With women across Cardiff set to march through the capital on Sunday, we would like to remind all travellers of the planned road closures coming into effect.
“We have put a number of diversions in place to ensure our passengers are not adversely affected by this, with many of our services also running from alternative terminals.
“We hope everyone taking part in this historic celebration has an enjoyable day and we would like to remind them that all Cardiff Bus travel information can be found at our website www.cardiffbus.com or via our social media pages on Facebook and Twitter.”