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Chris Gibb receives award

Lifetime Achievement Award for Transport for Wales Advisor

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.

Armed Forces Covenant

Adduned Trafnidiaeth Cymru i’r lluoedd arfog

Mae Trafnidiaeth Cymru wedi addo helpu’r gymuned lluoedd arfog trwy lofnodi ymrwymiad i anrhydeddu Cyfamod y Lluoedd Arfog.

Armed Forces Covenant

Transport for Wales pledge support to Armed Forces

Transport for Wales has pledged to support the Armed Forces Community by signing a commitment to honour the Armed Forces Covenant.

Cambrian Line

URGENT RAIL UPDATE - 15.00 Monday 24 February

Customers urged to check before they travel and allow extra time for their journey following further flooding to key routes

Track Repairs

URGENT RAIL UPDATE – as of 5pm Wednesday 19 February: Customers still urged to check before they travel on Thursday and Friday

Whilst the situation is improving, heavy rain continues in some areas, so customers are urged to check before they travel and allow extra time for their journey following flood damage to key routes caused by Storm Dennis

Trahafod

URGENT RAIL UPDATE – 8am Wednesday 19 February: Some lines reopen but passengers urged to check for delays or cancellations as poor weather set to continue into Wednesday and Thursday

Whilst the situation is improving, more heavy rain is forecast so customers urged to check before they travel and allow extra time for their journey following flood damage to key routes caused by Storm Dennis

Ebbw Vale Line

URGENT RAIL UPDATE – 5pm Tuesday 18 February: Some lines reopen but passengers urged to check for delays or cancellations as poor weather set to continue into Wednesday and Thursday

Whilst the situation is improving, more heavy rain is forecast so customers urged to check before they travel and allow extra time for their journey following flood damage to key routes caused by Storm Dennis

Abergavenny

URGENT RAIL UPDATE – 7am Tuesday 18 February: Some lines reopen but customers should still expect service delays and cancellations to continue today, Tuesday 18 February

Whilst the situation is improving, customers are urged to check before they travel and allow extra time for their journey following flood damage to key routes caused by Storm Dennis

Criccieth

URGENT RAIL UPDATE – 8pm Monday 17 February: Rail customers should expect significant service delays and cancellations to continue on Tuesday 18 February

Customers urged to check before they travel and allow extra time for their journey following flood damage to key routes caused by Storm Dennis

Marches line 16-02-20

URGENT RAIL UPDATE – 7am Monday 17 February: Rail customers should expect significant service delays and cancellations with lines closed due to flooding

Customers urged to check before they travel and allow extra time for their journey today following flood damage to key routes caused by Storm Dennis

Marches line 16-02-20

URGENT RAIL UPDATE: Rail customers urged to check before they travel and allow extra time for their journey on Monday 17 February following flood damage to key routes caused by Storm Dennis

The situation is changing all the time and therefore services are likely to be disrupted throughout Monday with last minute alterations.