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One of Wales' top Paralympian athletes has teamed up with Transport for Wales to show just how accessible the railway is today.
Transport for Wales are pleased to announce the creation of 60 new jobs as they continue with their £5 billion investment programme to transform the transport sector throughout their Wales and Borders network.
That's the message from Transport for Wales' new Accessibility and Inclusion Manager ahead of Disability Awareness Day on 14 July.
Transport for Wales are delighted to award Early Contractor Involvement (ECI) contracts to three leading engineering and construction companies for projects in South Wales.
The first cohort of newly trained drivers under Transport for Wales say they are excited to be joining the start of a 15 year journey.
Transport for Wales have appointed Alun Bowen as Non-Executive Director and Chair of their Audit and Risk Committee.
Starting today, Transport for Wales will be running hourly rail services between North Wales and Cheshire to Liverpool.
TRANSPORT for Wales has launched a brand-new Community Rail Vision, putting the needs of local areas at the forefront of its plans.
Transport for Wales has created more than 120 new jobs since it took over running rail services in Wales and the borders in 2018.
Transport for Wales is celebrating nominations for two UK National GO Awards for the innovative procurement process for the Wales and Borders rail service.
Transport for Wales is gearing up for the start of new hourly services linking north Wales and Cheshire to Liverpool which will begin next month.
The rail industry is launching a new interactive map which will make it easy for passengers to find out about accessibility at stations, helping to boost their confidence to travel by train.