Last Updated: 14:30


Current weather conditions are causing disruption to transport services in Wales.

Due to the unpredictable and fast-changing nature of adverse weather disruptions, the Traveline Cymru Journey Planner, Timetable and Travel Map pages will not reflect these kinds of disruptions on rail and bus services.

Instead, please check this page before travelling, where we will add the latest weather-related service disruptions information we receive from operators.


Transport for Wales Rail

Please check the Transport for Wales Rail Journey Checker for further updates.

UPDATES ON ALL INDIVIDUAL ROUTES CAN BE FOUND HERE: https://tfw.wales/service-status/live-route-status 

28/11/2021 @ 14:30

Welshpool to Shrewsbury – Route proving and safety checks have been completed and the line will reopen commencing with 1330 Aberystwyth to Birmingham Intl and 1330 Shrewsbury to Aberystwyth.

28/11/2021 @ 11:30am

Following disruption caused by #StormArwen yesterday, many lines have now reopened and a limited train service is operating on the TfW network:

The following routes are fully open

  • Chester - Liverpool Lime Street
  • Chester - Manchester Airport
  • Chester - Crewe
  • Chester - Shrewsbury
  • Cardiff - Manchester Piccadilly
  • Cardiff - Maesteg
  • Cardiff - Cheltenham Spa
  • Cardiff - Swansea

All core Valleys routes are open:

  • Swansea to Carmarthen
  • Carmarthen to Pembroke Dock
  • Carmarthen to Milford Haven
  • Carmarthen to Fishguard Harbour

Lines currently closed:

  • Machynlleth - Aberystwyth
  • @LeinDconwyVLine
  • Chester - Llandudno Jct. – Shut until 12:00
  • Llandudno Jct. - Holyhead – Engineering works
  • @HeartofWales1
  • Wrexham to Hawarden - Engineering works



Newport Bus

28/11/2021 @ 11:30am

Due to the Closure of the second severn crossing, the T7 service is diverting via The M4 Prince of Wales Bridge in both directions today.