Newyddion / News

112 items found, showing page 8 of 10

Class 175 at Chester station

TfW welcomes 16-17 Saver railcard

Transport for Wales welcomes the Secretary of State for Transport’s announcement of the launch of the 16-17 Saver railcard from September 2019 and have committed to providing further discounted fares for young people, starting in January 2020.

Pont Briwet

Wales’ Cambrian Line named one of the world’s most scenic railways

The Cambrian Line has been selected to feature in two national TV documentaries which showcase the world’s most scenic railway journeys, Transport for Wales has announced.

Gorsaf Gogledd Llanrwst

Next stop North Llanrwst! Transport for Wales to partner National Eisteddfod, as community gets ready to welcome visitors in their thousands

MORE than 150,000 people are set to pour into Llanrwst next week as the community gears up to host one of the most important Welsh events of the year.

Roodee Viaduct, Chester

Chester race goers reminded to check before they travel ahead of railway closure

Railway passengers travelling to Chester Racecourse from Leeds and Manchester over the next two weekends are being urged to plan ahead, as a major overhaul of a railway junction on the West Coast main line takes place.

Unveiling of Carmarthen station plaque

Remembering the fallen; Carmarthen train driver's campaign to honour the railwaymen who died in the Great War

A plaque has been unveiled at Carmarthen station to commemorate the Centenary of the ending of the First World War last year, remembering the brave railwaymen attached to GWR Carmarthen who sacrificed their lives for their country in battle.


Customers set to reap the benefits of Transport for Wales' £40 million fleet investment

From this week, customers will start to enjoy the benefits of USB and electric charging points, better seats and brand new on train toilets as part of a huge investment in Transport for Wales long distance trains.

Nathan Stevens at Llanelli station

Paralympic athlete Nathan Stephens joins forces with Transport for Wales to promote accessible travel

One of Wales' top Paralympian athletes has teamed up with Transport for Wales to show just how accessible the railway is today.

Tri-Mode unit on the Rhymney Line

60 New Jobs with Transport for Wales

Transport for Wales are pleased to announce the creation of 60 new jobs as they continue with their £5 billion investment programme to transform the transport sector throughout their Wales and Borders network.

Dr Robert Gravelle at Cardiff Central station

"We can build a truly inclusive railway for Wales and the Borders"

That's the message from Transport for Wales' new Accessibility and Inclusion Manager ahead of Disability Awareness Day on 14 July.

Harlech station and castle

Blazing a trail for community rail; Cambrian Railway Partnership on track for Accreditation success!

The Cambrian Rail Partnership achieved a significant milestone this week by becoming the very first Community Rail Partnership in the UK to achieve Accreditation.

Milford Haven Macular Society Group

All aboard as Milford Haven sight loss group take to the tracks

It was a case of full steam ahead for the Milford Haven Macular Society Support Group this week after they were invited to take part in a Familiarisation Day organised by Transport for Wales.

South Wales Metro Vehicle artist's impression

Making way for the South Wales Metro

Transport for Wales reaches a key milestone today in their plans to build a £100 million depot that will be at the heart of South Wales Metro operations.