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The fflecsi trial has provided TfW with a wealth of useful information on the journeys that are being taken around Newport, which can now be be analysed and used to improve future public transport route planning in the city.
Previously known as Snowdon Sherpa, Transport for Wales' newly branded Sherpa’r Wyddfa bus service will provide more frequent services to people travelling throughout Snowdonia National Park.
The Hearing Enhanced Audio Relay (HEAR) application aims to improve the journeys of passengers with hearing loss by providing them with personalised journey announcements in both audible and readable formats.
TfW’s new app and website for the TrawsCymru long distance bus network will unify bus travel across the country, as well as increase digital access to the network’s services through mobile app ticketing.
Commuters in Blaenau Gwent who may not have access to a smart device will now be able to get help and book a ride on fflecsi, whilst away from home, in six libraries across the county borough.
Introducing a bus service for many of Ruthin’s residents for the first time, Transport for Wales' new DRT scheme, fflecsi, will provide better access to flexible transport services.
Commuters in North Wales can now benefit from Arriva’s Tap On-Tap Off scheme, enabling them to track their spending through contactless payments and benefit from daily and weekly fare capping.
In order to improve convenience for customers, a pilot scheme from Transport for Wales will see rail tickets be available for purchase in convenience stores at 90 different locations within the South Wales Metro area.
Following major works at the end of 2021, TfW is now one step closer to delivering the South Wales Metro for the people of Wales as construction work continues.
The new app will enable Transport for Wales customers to access up-to-date travel information and buy tickets quickly and easily.
The Welsh Metro project, which has been referred to as "one of the most ambitious and complex programmes" that Wales has undertaken, will support the creation of a modern, integrated and sustainable transport network.
The new improvements will see electric tram-trains running on the South Wales Metro, in what Transport for Wales hopes will a revolutionary improvement for the region’s transport network.
Transport for Wales and the British Transport Police will spend a week of action targeting key areas across Wales where face covering compliance has fallen in recent months.
Transport for Wales will install the machines at more than 80 per cent of its stations across its network after the high-profile use of one on Christian Eriksen during Euro 2020.