The South Wales Metro project will provide more frequent and reliable services in the region, and allow passengers to travel using just one ticketing system when it is finished.
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Transport for Wales (TfW), Keolis and Amey have reached an agreement which will lead to the implementation of a new financing and operational model.
The funding will bring much needed support to the Welsh bus industry as it battles the long-term effects of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The Welsh Government has announced the scheme as its previous short-term support scheme – the Bus Hardship Fund – comes to an end.
The investment includes funds to increase and improve cycle storage spaces, making them more accessible and secure.
If the initial pilot is deemed successful, Transport for Wales will look to roll the scheme out to more areas.
Smart parking sensors, augmented reality way-finding and facial recognition security were a few of the ideas selected to participate in Transport for Wales’ (TfW) inaugural accelerator programme, Lab, which aims to improve the rail passenger experience.
Closely aligned with the Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) 2015 Act, the plan is said to provide clear assurances that the new organisation meets national legislation and policy.