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Traveline Heroes Competition Winner!

17 Jan
Traveline Cymru present their Traveline Hero competition winner, David Holmes, with his brand new Apple iPad.

Road Journey to Chester for Barmouth Marooned Trains

16 Jan
Two trains that were left marooned on a railway line in Barmouth are being taken to Chester on the back of lorries to undergo safety checks.

National Trails in Wales Launch New Website

16 Jan
A new website for National Trails in Wales has been launched today, Thursday 16th January, by social enterprise Walk Unlimited.

Cars ‘Still Dominate Commute to Work’ says new Report by RAC Foundation

13 Jan
A new report has been released by the RAC Foundation which reveals that the vast majority of people throughout England and Wales are commuting to work via a car, as opposed to other modes of transport.

Cardiff Bus Service Changes from Sunday 26 Jan 2014

13 Jan
There will be some changes to the following Cardiff Bus services from Sunday 26th January 2014.

Cardiff Bus secures Park and Ride Contract

13 Jan
Cardiff Bus has been awarded the contract to operate the Cardiff East (Pentwyn) Park and Ride service by Cardiff Council.

Hero bus driver to get prestigious Silver Dragon Award

08 Jan
- Cardiff Park and Ride driver saves child from train tracks -

Bus Fares in South and West Wales to Change from 5th January

03 Jan
The cost of bus travel in South and West Wales is set to change from 5th January following a review by operators First Cymru, with many fares set to be reduced in price or held, and young people (those aged between 16 and 18) set to get a better deal on daily and weekly travel.