Network Rail and contractors AmcoGiffen have completed work on the historic Dovey Junction viaduct, in North Wales.
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Network Rail is making six stations on its Wales and Borders route fully accessible, constructing new footbridges and lifts.
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The Unicard Ticketing Hub platform has enabled TfW to become the first UK train operator outside of London to deploy contactless EMV services. The contactless EMV rollout will begin with a pilot scheme running between Newport, Cardiff and Pontyclun. There are plans for a phased expansion of the service to…
Network Rail are going to renew track and ballast inside the 170-year-old Dinmore Tunnel to boost reliability.
Following the release of new research, ORR has said that the rail industry needs to provide more reliability passenger assistance.
During Railtex 2023, Barry Lloyd, Head of Customer Experience and Innovation at TfW, spoke exclusively to Global Railway Review about the TfW Lab Programme, detailing what benefits it will offer and how it will affect the customer experience.
Transport for Wales have signed a heads of terms agreement to become a major commercial client of the Global Centre of Rail Excellence.
Transport for Wales have made railway history on the Borderlands Line with the launch of the first battery-hybrid trains in regular passenger service in Wales.
The first brand new South Wales Metro tram-train has arrived at the Transport for Wales’ new depot in Taff’s Well.
Transport for Wales have launched an on-train Wi-Fi portal which provides passengers information showing the train’s location, the next stop and the service’s destination.
New Class 197 trains which will become the backbone of TfW’s services across the length of the Wales and Borders network have been revealed.
TfW have marked a major milestone in the South Wales Metro project with the installation of the first electrical lines on the Core Valley Lines in South Wales.