There's queueing traffic and one lane is closed after a multi-vehicle accident on the A470 Southbound at the A4054 (Upper Boat Interchange).
There's congestion on the A470 to the A4054 (Bridge Street Interchange).
There's slow traffic because of an accident on the A470 Southbound between the A4054 Cardiff Road / Gwaelod-Y-Garth Road (Upper Boat Interchange) and the A468 Caerphilly Road / A4054 (Nantgarw Interchange).
Winston Churchill had one, Kylie's got one and they are handmade in Wales. They are the most expensive beds in the world and the manufacturer has just expanded into new premises in Treforest.
That success is down to the vison of two men who were made redundant when the Rest Assured bed factory was closed in the Rhondda in 1997. They set up the Bed Company Wales with their redundancy payments which was then bought out in 2005 by Savoir who made beds for the Savoy hotel.
Jeff Richards is the works manager:
"Our major investment in our new Treforest facility is testament to the world-leading craftsmanship and dedication of our Welsh team", said Alistair Hughes, the Managing Director of Savoir Beds. "Not only are British bed-making skills the best in the world, Wales has its own rich heritage."
A company which makes luxury beds worth up to £40,000 and supplies London's famous Savoy Hotel is opening a new workshop and showroom in Treforest, near Pontypridd.
Savoir Beds was founded in 1905 as the Savoy's own bed company. Its history in Wales dates to 1997, when the Rest Assured factory in the Rhondda closed. Workers pooled their redundancy money, bought bed-making machinery and created The Bed Company Wales, which was bought by Savoir in 2009.
The new works are four times the size of Savoir's previous base in Taffs Well, and produces half of the company's total output worldwide.
A473 Llantwit Road is closed and there's heavy traffic after an accident and recovery work between Forest Grove and John Street.