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A new Community Rail Officer will start work in the Conwy Valley this month.
Transport for Wales is issuing a clear message to the travelling public this weekend, urging them to follow all travel safer advice and act responsibly to help Keep Wales Safe.
An exciting new partnership between Transport for Wales and Careers Wales will engage Welsh school pupils on opportunities in the transport sector.
Transport for Wales is launching Capacity Checker, helping customers check before they travel which trains may have most space available for COVID-19 social distancing safety.
Transport for Wales is reminding travellers cross-border restrictions between Wales and England will still be in place when the national ‘firebreak’ ends on Monday (9 November).
Transport for Wales is taking another leap forward with its expansion of the fflecsi bus service, taking it to yet another part of Wales.
Delivery of the South Wales Metro took another leap forward last weekend with transformation work on the railway track on the Aberdare Line.
Transport for Wales is supporting today’s launch (Thursday 5 November) of a new Veterans Railcard to recognise those who served in the Armed Forces.
Wales’ leading rail-dedicated innovation programme is about to see its second batch of ambitious and creative candidates pitch their ideas.
Transport for Wales is reminding the public in Wales that they should only make essential journeys during the ‘firebreak’ lockdown period, ahead of sporting events this weekend, followed by Halloween and Bonfire night.
A 91-year-old Cardiff man who came to Wales as part of the Windrush generation has revealed a fascinating insight into his 31 years working on the railway.
Transport for Wales continues to move forward with South Wales Metro developments and has recently erected the steel frame for the new Control Centre at Taff's Well.