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Transport for Wales (TfW), the not-for-profit company driving forward the Welsh Government’s vision for transport in Wales, has published its annual report and financial statements for the 2018/19 financial year.
Train companies are relaxing ticket rules to help Thomas Cook customers affected by the company’s collapse.
Transport for Wales and Network Rail have been working hard to ensure the rail industry in Wales is prepared for the autumn period.
A dedicated rail innovation programme has launched in Newport aimed at developing some of the best new start ups around.
Transport for Wales have announced the details of the £194 million investment plan to improve all 247 railway stations across Wales.
11 September 2019 saw councils across Wales and Transport for Wales launch one of Wales’ largest public engagement programmes aimed to renew all green coloured bus passes across Wales. The response has been exceptionally high with thousands of bus users wanting to apply for their new- style cards straight away.
Transport for Wales and the Valleys Taskforce are running a roadshow campaign throughout key locations in South Wales so that local communities can learn about improvements being made to their transport network and the opportunities available to them.
Transport for Wales has taken delivery of the first Class 170 Turbostar from Greater Anglia.
The Heart of Wales line has seen its Community Rail Partnership receive official accreditation from the Department for Transport and Welsh Government
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.
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.
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.