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A major deep clean of stations across the network has begun under Transport for Wales.
Rail journeys over 50 miles now cheapest ever as Transport for Wales (TfW) launches first pricing initiative
Rail passengers in Wales and the Borders can save more money than ever on longer journeys as TfW launches its first pricing initiative to make rail travel more affordable for all passengers.
To celebrate International Women’s Day, Transport for Wales and Network Rail have teamed up with Cardiff University, to raise the profile of three of the industry’s leading women.
Two staff members at Transport for Wales are set to star in a new BBC Wales series exploring the hidden world of night shift workers.
Commuters at Bangor train station were surprised with a dazzling lion dance performance in celebration of Chinese New Year.
Transport for Wales have appointed Lee Robinson as Development Director for North Wales, a key role in transforming transport across the country.
For the first time ever, rail customers in Wales and the Borders can claim for delays of just 15 minutes.
Transport for Wales are offering opportunities for small and medium businesses in Wales to be part of the investment project that will transform the transport sector.
MAYOR of Shrewsbury, Councillor Peter Nutting has backed a Christmas railway safety campaign after trying to use the towns station whilst “intoxicated”.
Transport for Wales (TfW) offers Welsh SMEs excellent opportunities to tender for business in the Welsh transport sector.
Transport for Wales (TfW) is pleased to announce that it is moving to the “Delay Repay” scheme to compensate customers for unexpected delays and cancellations.
Transport for Wales is saying thank you to our emergency services this Christmas