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Transport for Wales is reinforcing the Welsh Government’s message to the public prior to the national ‘firebreak’ lockdown, urging people to only make essential journeys.
In the context of the unprecedented challenges of Covid-19, Transport for Wales (TfW), Keolis and Amey have today taken the first steps in redefining the partnership initiated in 2018 that will secure the ongoing transformation of the Wales and Borders rail network.
Transport for Wales was delighted to be recognised in the Wales Transport Awards with two successes.
Transport for Wales is celebrating ‘Shwmae Sumae Day’ today with a song from their singing conductor and a host of other activities.
Transport for Wales and Network Rail are using creative new technology and innovation to help keep rail services running this autumn.
Transport for Wales is surging ahead with its plans to create community hubs in railway stations across Wales.
Five Transport for Wales stations are nominated to take part in a competition to find Britain’s favourite railway station.
Transport for Wales and Network Rail are working together to deliver major improvements to Swansea station for rail passengers.
Transport for Wales is marking Clean Air Day by celebrating its achievements in reducing its carbon footprint as part of its Sustainable Development Plan.
Transport for Wales is marking National Inclusion Week - a week designed to celebrate everyday inclusion in all its forms.
Transport for Wales is surging ahead with its expansion of the fflecsi bus service to another part of Wales.
Transport for Wales statistics reveal that 78% of their rail customers are now complying and wearing face coverings on trains.