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.
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The Global Centre of Rail Excellence will be built in Onllwyn, Wales, and will act as a driver for accelerated innovation in the rail industry.
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.
The Global Centre of Rail Excellence in Wales will act as a driver for accelerated rail industry innovation, investment and growth in the UK and internationally.
In order to continue delivering its transformation plan, as well as protect jobs and services, the Wales and Borders franchise, as of 7 February 2021, is now operating under public ownership.
The Welsh Minister for Transport has called on the UK government to “put right” its neglect and underinvestment in Welsh railways.
The winner will be awarded £25,000 to develop their product further, having received dedicated mentoring from business experts over the 12 week course.
The Transport Strategy will work to deliver carbon reductions through a set of five year priorities, with nine ‘mini-plans’ for modes and sectors.
The capacity checker will allow customers to see which trains may have the most space available, subsequently supporting social distancing requirements by encouraging people to avoid busier trains.
The 11 start-ups - some of the brightest tech talent from across Wales and the UK - have received dedicated mentoring from business experts to develop their products, ideas and innovations.
Transport for Wales, Keolis and Amey have reached an agreement which outlines a sustainable way forward for delivering their ambitious objectives for rail despite the effects of COVID-19.
The move will help to secure the future of passenger services in Wales and the Borders area and protect jobs in the face of COVID-19.
Two new solutions - Automated Intelligent Video Review cameras and plasma technology - have been introduced on the TfW network to combat the challenges of autumn weather in the UK.
To mark Clean Air Day 2020, Transport for Wales has celebrated its efforts in reducing its carbon emissions by 6.27 per cent during the 2019-2020 financial year.
Following efforts to protect its staff and passengers, TfW has reported a positive behavioural change in passengers wearing face coverings.