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Cambrian Line to reopen next month after storm damage

The Cambrian Line is planned to reopen by the first week of April, after three major storms in the space of a week forced its closure in February. 

16 March 2022

Transport for Wales: fflecsi to launch in Ruthin

Transport for Wales and Denbighshire County Council introduce a pioneering demand responsive public transport scheme in and around the Ruthin area.

15 March 2022

Wales: New sustainable tourism project launched

A new tourism project called ‘Wales on Rails’ has been launched to encourage more people to travel around Wales sustainably using the national rail network, heritage railways and buses.
10 March 2022
Categories: RailNet-Zero

Building work continues on South Wales Metro

Transport for Wales is continuing to move forward with the building of the South Wales Metro with major works delivered over the Christmas break.

19 January 2022

TfW invests £800M in new trains

Transport for Wales is investing £800 million in new trains for the Wales and borders network – with the first two brand new trains from manufacturer Stadler being delivered to the TfW...
05 December 2021

Transport for Wales partners with CitySwift to embark on AI-driven bus strategy

Transport for Wales and CitySwift have partnered on a pilot programme to optimise public transport services using data and machine learning. 
24 November 2021

Transport for Wales launches transport planning public survey

Transport for Wales is asking the public to take part in a survey that will help future transport planning following the covid-19 pandemic.
31 August 2021

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