All train operators in Britain and Network Rail are now signed up to the Sunflower scheme, designed to enable people with non-visible disabilities to discreetly let others know that they might require a little more time, support or assistance when travelling.
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The annual report outlines Transport for Wales' achievements during 2019/20, as well as its efforts to limit the impact of COVID-19.
Vortex IoT is set to provide a fully operational and validated RODIO-TSM product - the Rail Optical Detection of Intrusions and Obstructions – Tunnel and Station Monitoring solution - to be demonstrated on Network Rail’s infrastructure by March 2021.
Transport for Wales (TfW) will soon begin essential transformational works on railway lines throughout South Wales, paving way for a world-class transport network that will transform people’s lives in Wales and the borders.
Ken Skates has outlined an evidence-based argument in support of the development of four new stations across the Welsh rail network.
The Welsh Government has announced it will spend up to £65 million over the next six months to ensure train services on the Wales and Borders network continue to operate for key workers and others that rely on the train to travel.
The new WhatsApp service will allow TfW Rail Services customers to contact the social media team to enquire about a range of information, including live travel updates.
As part of its response to the coronavirus pandemic, Transport for Wales has stepped up is cleaning regime to ensure the safety and well-being of key workers using their trains.
The new video system aims to improve safety and performance by reporting vegetation risks on Welsh railways.
By establishing a new working group, the Welsh government hopes to encourage more women to consider a career in transport and diversify the sector.
Following the collapse of UK-based airline Flybe, TfW is encouraging staff affected to apply for jobs available across Wales' rail network.
The Welsh Government is disappointed that three out of seven recommended stations on the Wales & Borders network have missed out on UK Government funding.
The trial will test how effective the use of body cameras is in further improving the safety of Transport for Wales' passengers and staff.
The app has been designed to improve accessibility and inclusion on the Transport for Wales network and make travel easier for deaf passengers.
Following new research from Transport Focus, it was found that only 35 per cent of UK passengers who were eligible claimed compensation for their delayed journey.