The annual report outlines Transport for Wales' achievements during 2019/20, as well as its efforts to limit the impact of COVID-19.
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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 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.
The Welsh Government is disappointed that three out of seven recommended stations on the Wales & Borders network have missed out on UK Government funding.
In a bid to drive the transformation of Wales' rail network, TfW inaugurated the 'Lab by Transport for Wales' as an open innovation initiative.
Preemptively, Transport for Wales has been preparing for autumn in a bid to reduce the impact the change in weather has upon services across the nation.
Transport for Wales has pledged to invest in every railway station in Wales in a bid to improve Wi-Fi, shelters, CCTV, cycle storage and passenger information systems.
Five significant politicians from across Wales have joined with the rail industry by supporting a new Global Centre for Rail Excellence - a new rail testing facility proposed by the Welsh Government in South Wales.
Transport for Wales has accepted the delivery of new rolling stock to provide a high standard of on-board passenger experience and increase capacity.
Up to £58 million in funding will see Cardiff Central Station transformed into a more modern, highly accessible building, with platforms suited to longer trains in a bid to ease overcrowding.
The £6.7 investment in the Class 175 trains will see improvements such as USB charging points, plug sockets, new seat covers, carpets, train toilets as TfW strives to meet the needs of the modern day passenger.
New figures released by Network Rail revealed that last year there were 25 near misses on railways across Wales compared to six the previous year.