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This year marks the tenth anniversary of the Wales Coast Path and Transport for Wales is celebrating the milestone by launching a campaign to show how the 870 miles of coastline can be accessed by train.
27 Sep 2022
Transport for Wales (TfW) is continuing its rollout of life-saving defibrillators at stations across the Wales and Borders rail network.
02 Sep 2022
Wrestling fans heading to Cardiff for the historic ‘Clash at the Castle’ event at the Principality Stadium are being encouraged to plan their journeys carefully.
01 Sep 2022
Transport for Wales (TfW) is advising customers in Wales to only make essential journeys, and customers in the Borders region not to travel on 18 and 19 July due to extreme weather.
15 Jul 2022
Transport for Wales (TfW) is celebrating the completion of work to refurbish its fleet of Class 153 railcars, providing better facilities for customers throughout the Wales and Borders network.
13 Jul 2022
Transport for Wales (TfW) is advising customers not to travel by train on 21, 23 and 25 June, with the majority of their rail services suspended as a result of industrial action resulting from the dispute between RMT and Network Rail.
15 Jun 2022
Trains will begin to arrive at Transport for Wales’ new stabling yard in Barry from Wednesday 8 June.
07 Jun 2022
Transport for Wales (TfW) is reminding customers to check before travelling over the Platinum Jubilee bank holiday, with rail services expected to be very busy.
31 May 2022
For Mental Health Awareness Week, together with Network Rail and the wider industry, Transport for Wales has joined Chasing the Stigma to support passengers’ wellbeing with Brighter Journeys.
13 May 2022
Transport for Wales (TfW) customers are being encouraged to check their journey details as an increase in train services comes into effect in May.
20 Apr 2022
Transport for Wales is strongly advising customers to check before they travel this Easter weekend as trains are expected to very busy and vital engineering work takes place.
13 Apr 2022
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 Mar 2022