Tackling troublesome traffic during Rugby World Cup

Webb Ellis Trophy. Credit: Andrew Fosker / Seconds Left Images
Webb Ellis Trophy. Credit: Andrew Fosker / Seconds Left Images

A public meeting has been called to tackle traffic concerns created by the upcoming Rugby World Cup.

On Friday, Milton Keynes Council staff will be on hand to answer questions from residents living in areas around stadium:mk.

It follows a test match that caused “sheer chaos” for drivers when more than 27,000 people descended upon MK to watch Northampton Saints take on Saracens.

Key issues that will be covered at this week’s meeting include road closures, diversions, verge parking, littering and public transport.

> The meeting will be held between 2-4pm at the Netherfield Meeting Place