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A PIONEERING video system is set to dramatically improve safety and performance on the railway in Wales and across the Borders.
Transport for Wales can now confirm that more than 170 stations in Wales have been fitted with a Welsh language information system.
The thousands of staff affected by the collapse of the aviation operator Flybe are urged to look at employment vacancies with Transport for Wales and Transport for Wales Rail Services.
Chris Gibb, a Strategic Advisor for Transport for Wales, was presented with a ‘Lifetime Achievement Award’ at the Institution of Railway Operators, Golden Whistle Awards 2020.
Transport for Wales has pledged to support the Armed Forces Community by signing a commitment to honour the Armed Forces Covenant.
Transport for Wales is launching a body camera trial to further improve the safety of their customers and staff. Selected railway staff including conductors and station staff, will be equipped with modern Body Worn Cameras that will help to prevent antisocial behaviour at stations and on trains.
Transport for Wales is reaching out to cardholders who haven’t applied for their new bus pass yet and highlighting the importance of applying for a new card as soon as possible to continue to enjoy the benefits of concessionary travel.
A NEW app to aid communication for customers from the deaf community has been launched on the Transport for Wales network this week
MORE than 100 stations will be given a deep clean between January and March as Transport for Wales continues its £194m Station Improvement Vision
Transport for Wales reaches another key milestone as building work begins on their £100 million Metro Depot at Taff’s Well.
Transport for Wales is pleased to announce that they’ve renewed over a half a million concessionary bus passes.
Transport for Wales has begun work on the new £8-million railway station at Bow Street in Ceredigion.