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Ken Skates at Llandudno

A New Vision for Community Rail, by Transport for Wales

TRANSPORT for Wales has launched a brand-new Community Rail Vision, putting the needs of local areas at the forefront of its plans.

Mike Palfrey, Frances Norman, Minister Ken Skates, Holly Flye and Lewis Williams

Transport for Wales announces creation of more than 120 jobs

Transport for Wales has created more than 120 new jobs since it took over running rail services in Wales and the borders in 2018.

Class 230s exterior

Transport for Wales nominated for National Procurement Awards

Transport for Wales is celebrating nominations for two UK National GO Awards for the innovative procurement process for the Wales and Borders rail service.

Chester station Class 158

Halton Curve: the countdown for Liverpool services begins

Transport for Wales is gearing up for the start of new hourly services linking north Wales and Cheshire to Liverpool which will begin next month.

Machynlleth footbridge

New map to boost disabled passengers’ confidence to take the train

The rail industry is launching a new interactive map which will make it easy for passengers to find out about accessibility at stations, helping to boost their confidence to travel by train.

Time to Change signing

Tackling Mental Health at Transport for Wales

Transport for Wales have demonstrated their commitment to tackling the stigma around mental health issues in the work place by signing the Time to Change Employer Pledge.

Business Wales Workshop

Business Wales TfW Workshops

Transport for Wales (TfW) offers Welsh Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs) excellent opportunities to tender for business in the Welsh transport sector.

Llandrindod Wells main street

Spotlight on: Llandrindod Wells

A SPA town at the heart of Wales


New trains will be a boost for North Wales rail passengers – Ken Skates

Minister for Economy and Transport, Ken Skates has visited rolling stock manufacturer Vivarail to see the new Transport for Wales trains that will transform the customer experience for rail users in North Wales.


Sparkling stations: the big clean up begins

A major deep clean of stations across the network has begun under Transport for Wales.