A major road into Cardiff City Centre has closed for three weeks and is expected to cause disruption across the capital.
Llantrisant Road from the junction with Heol Isaf to Cardiff Road, is shut in both directions as 'vital drainage' work gets underway.
Llantrisant Road - from the junction with Heol Isaf to Cardiff Road - is shut in both directions between 8am and 10pm from Monday to Saturday and from 9am until 10pm on Sundays.
It is expected to last for around three weeks. However the closures have left many unhappy with the disruption caused.
Owners of Pencoed House, a wedding venue on Llantrisant Road, said it was ''disappointed'' they were given no notice and apologised for the ''inconvenience'':
There is no access to the venue from the West, such as Swansea and Bridgend and alternative routes have been suggested.
- Cardiff Council said it has put plans in place to ''minimise disruption'' to residents and businesses and that businesses in that area have been contacted by contractors.
- Residents who live in the Rhydlafar Estate will have access in and out of their properties, by travelling along Croft-Y-Gennau Road.
- Those travelling north out of the city are be advised to travel along the A48 or use Heol Isaf to access the A470.
- Those travelling into Cardiff should to use the M4.
- The route between The Castell Mynach and Heol Isaf will not be served.
- Bus 124 to/from Creigau will divert via the A470 Trunk Road and not serve Radyr or Llandaff.