Running for six months, the free rail travel scheme will help refugees while they are settling in Wales.
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Network Rail will invest an extra £2 million into the railway line when it reopens to further improve its resilience after recent storm damage.
TfW have been refurbishing the fleet of 24 trains, which operate throughout the Wales and Borders network, since the start of 2020.
Installation of over 200 life-saving defibrillators has begun at TfW stations across Wales and the borders.
The interior and exterior refresh work of 27 Coradia trains is part of Transport for Wales' £40 million investment in its current fleet.
The pilot project will give Transport for Wales (TfW) customers within the South Wales Metro area the opportunity to purchase selected rail tickets for local journeys in a number of convenience stores.
To aid a seamless passenger journey, Transport for Wales has launched a new smartphone app, with enhanced live travel and ticketing features, as well as a bilingual service.
Transport for Wales has welcomed the arrival of brand-new trains that will transform the Wales and borders rail network with greater capacity and improved passenger services.
In the first of its kind in Wales, Transport for Wales has launched a new apprenticeship scheme to find the next generation of train drivers.
With autumn challenges looming, Transport for Wales and Network Rail are utilising the latest technology to prepare for a growing number of storms and bad weather caused by climate change.
Here, Patrick McDougall, CEO of Nexus Alpha, provides thoughts on a number of topics, from how to improve customer information, how the industry reacted to COVID-19, through to sustainability and how solar powered passenger information signs can help train operators move towards net zero.
Transport for Wales (TfW), the not-for-profit organisation established by the Welsh government, has signed a deal with Colas Rail UK to buy Pullman Rail Limited.
The Fast Light Intercity and Regional Trains (FLIRTs) are being tested in Switzerland before being transferred to South Wales for further tests on the Wales and Borders network.
For Global Railway Review, David Clarke, Technical Director at the Railway Industry Association (RIA), explores the importance of collaboration and how it will be a driving force in the industry’s COVID-19 recovery.
TfW's new Biodiversity Action Plan features five principles that will see the organisation work to ensure that it protects, enhances and champions wildlife, biodiversity and the country's ecosystems.