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Annual report

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.

Station Improvement

Transport for Wales have announced the details of the £194 million investment plan to improve all 247 railway stations across Wales.

Autumn

Transport for Wales and Network Rail have been working hard to ensure the rail industry in Wales is prepared for the autumn period. The autumn season is a challenging time for the rail industry throughout the UK as a result of poor weather conditions which can damage trains, reducing the number available for service.

Class 170

Transport for Wales has taken delivery of the first Class 170 Turbostar from Greater Anglia. Unit 170207 pulled into the Canton depot on Sunday 1 September. The three-car train has 186 seats and will shortly be joined by a further seven three car-units and four two-car units that each provide seating for 110 passengers.

Class 37

Transport for Wales were pleased to introduce a familiar old friend to their network last week, with the re-introduction of the loco-hauled Class 37 train. The Class 37 train which was last used on the network in 2005, has been brought in to provide extra capacity on the Rhymney Valley Line, while Transport for Wales await the arrival of additional trains.

Vivarail

The Minister for Economy and Transport has visited rolling stock manufacturer Vivarail to see the Class 230 trains that will transform the customer experience for rail users in North Wales.

Meet the Buyer

With contracts worth £50 million per year available over the next 15 years, Transport for Wales is committed to working closely with local businesses to ensure they benefit from these significant investment levels and the real benefits are felt across the communities we serve. The events are delivered in partnership with Business Wales, the Welsh Government’s flagship business support service.

Halton Curve

Transport for Wales is now running hourly rail services between North Wales and Cheshire to Liverpool. Through the reopening of the Halton Curve track, Transport for Wales has launched 215 new services per week and improved connectivity will provide a major economic boost for the region.

Conwy Valley

Thank you to everyone at Transport for Wales and Network Rail for their hard work on the Conwy Valley Line after flooding damage

Community Rail 

Transport for Wales has launched a brand-new Community Rail Vision, putting the needs of local areas at the forefront of its plans.

Meet the Buyer

With contracts worth £50 million per year available over the next 15 years, Transport for Wales is committed to working closely with local businesses to ensure they benefit from these significant investment levels and the real benefits are felt across the communities we serve. The events are delivered in partnership with Business Wales, the Welsh Government’s flagship business support service.

Elite Paper Solutions

Transport for Wales has awarded a contract to ELITE Paper Solutions, a social enterprise that helps people with disabilities obtain employment.

Vivarail

Minister for Economy and Transport Ken Skates has visited rolling stock manufacturer Vivarail to see the new Transport for Wales trains that will transform the customer experience for rail users in North Wales.

 

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