Cardiff council is warning of traffic disruption on Saturday.
City centre roads will be partially closed for the rugby international in the afternoon and early evening while heavy traffic is expected around the City Stadium for the Wales v Serbia football match Saturday evening.
Welsh Government will insist on new rolling stock, with access improvements and more seating on future rail contracts.
It says the Metro service will also have to use carriages with more or larger doors and the core valley lines will be electrified-only services.
RAC Fuel Watch data shows the average price of a litre of unleaded in the UK is 116.76p, with diesel at 118.64p.
With wholesale prices down by around 4p in the last two and half weeks, the RAC believes there is now scope for a forecourt price cut of at least 3p per litre off both fuels, which would bring average petrol and diesel prices down to under 114p and 116p respectively.
The new AlcoSense Excel is the first breathalyser under £100 to use a smaller version (64mm2) of exactly the same sensor used in several UK Police-approved breathalysers (200mm2), bringing a new level of accuracy and reliability for drivers at this price.
In addition to giving detailed readings to two decimal places in either blood (‰BAC) or breath (mg/L) alcohol concentrations, the new AlcoSense Excel will alert you when you are close to or over your set limit.
Workers at BMW’s Mini and Rolls-Royce car plants in the UK have backed strike action in a consultative ballot over plans by the German automaker to close the automaker’s final salary pensions.
More than 4,000 employees who are members of the Unite union at five locations, including the Mini plant in Oxford and Rolls-Royce facility in Goodwood, were asked whether they wanted to take industrial action.
GM is axing 2,000 jobs in the Mid West states.
Falling demand for small cars has led to the cut-back in Ohio and Michigan as US buyers turn to crossovers and pickups as some analysts suggested the company had the wrong mix of models to meet changing demands.