The shuttle bus service is free for season ticket holders and costs on £2.00 for non season ticket holders, with full details of times to be published the week leading up to each match.
The bus ran for the first time during the Blues Open Day carrying over 100 fans to the new stadium and the first match day bus will run on Friday 21st August when the Cardiff Blues take on Leicester in the first ever rugby match at the new stadium.
Speaking at Cardiff Central Train Station Paul Tito said, "There was a huge amount of interest in the stadium when we held the open day there a few weeks ago."
"The new shuttle bus service will make getting to the stadium very easy for many of our supporters to come to watch the matches using public transport."
"Tickets for the Leicester match are now on sale so I hope we will have a big crowd for that."
"We had fantastic support last season especially in the Heineken Cup and also it was immense seeing so many supporters up in Twickenham for the EDF Energy cup final."
"Hopefully we can reward them again this season with some silverware."
Priced at only £10 for adults and £5 for juniors, all supporters who purchase tickets for the friendly match against Leicester will receive a free Blues Stadium Card.
The fantastic new stadium card means queuing up for tickets or waiting for them to be delivered in the post will be a thing of the past, plus supporters will get £2 discount on each ticket purchased using the card.
To purchase your tickets for the match call the stadium ticket line on 0845 345 1400 or buy online at www.cardiffblues.com/tickets