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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.
During the third day of InnoTrans 2022, the Global Railway Review team have been in Berlin to break the latest news.
Following severe storms and flooding in early 2022, Network Rail and partners have successfully completed an extreme weather resilience project to minimise future delays and disruption on the Cambrian Line in Wales.
Transport for Wales have published its annual report and financial statements for the year to 31 March 2022 amid a period of strong investment.
TfW are celebrating the completion of work on the refurbishment of its fleet of Class 153 railcars, providing better facilities for passengers.
Network Rail have begun work to install 10,000 tonnes of rock armour alongside a stretch of the Cambrian Line to make it more resilient and reliable.
GCRE have appointed Lee Paxton as the new Director of Rail Operations due to his strong track record of leading operational teams.
Work has started on a new Global Centre of Rail Excellence in South Wales that will transform mining sites into a hub for rolling stock and infrastructure testing.
Transport for Wales have reopened a bridge in Cardiff following a £4.3 million programme for restoration and repairs.
TfW have trialled a new digital service which provides personalised journey information announcements for passengers with hearing loss.