As part of a wider initiative to create a sustainable travel network in South East Wales, the proposal sets out a series of improvements that will make walking, cycling and using public transport the easy option for Newport's residents.
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Transport for Wales and Women in Transport's new Welsh Hub will identify how the current female workforce in Wales can be further supported, as well as how it can encourage more women to join the industry.
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.
This latest funding will provide a short-term solution to support Wales' bus industry's post-pandemic recovery, whilst the Welsh government develops a longer-term solution to tackle the gradual decline in passenger numbers.
The proposed franchising model will contribute to the creation of an easy to use, easy to access and well connected Welsh public transport services.
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.
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 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 Welsh Government bringing the Wales and Borders franchise under public control as an Operator of Last Resort (OLR) has attracted a lot of media attention over the past few weeks, with political statements being made for and against such a move. Here, Rhiannon Holtham considers whether this decision can…
Transport accounts for 17 per cent of carbon emissions in Wales - the Government there has formulated a strategy to try and bring this down, which involves nine different plans for sectors across the network.
The funding will bring much needed support to the Welsh bus industry as it battles the long-term effects of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.