Transport for Wales has signed an agreement with Colas Rail UK for the purchase of Pullman Rail Ltd, which operates from its Cardiff depot.
Work begins to link the South Wales Metro Control Centre to the rail network ahead of the arrival of the new fleet of metro tram-trains.
Transport for Wales' new fast light intercity and regional trains (FLIRTs) have begun testing in Europe this month.
TfW has said goodbye to its last Pacer trains after more than 30 years of service, marking the end of an era for Britain’s railways.
Transformation of the Wales and Borders network has moved another step closer with the first Class 197 trains coming off the production line.
Following its annoucement of this plan in October 2020 the Welsh government has now taken the Wales & Borders franchise into public ownership.
Siemens Mobility has won a contract with Transport for Wales for the renewal and replacement of signalling equipment for the Valley Lines.