Stadler formally presented its FLIRT tri-mode and CITYLINK tram-train for Transport for Wales at InnoTrans today.
The Llandudno Junction freight yard is back in use following renovation work and will now be used to transport Welsh slate aggregate.
Transport for Wales (TfW) has unveiled a new fleet of trains that are set to improve rail transport in Wales.
One of North Wales’ premier tourist attractions, the Llangollen Heritage Railway, is about to get bigger thanks to Scunthorpe-made rail from British Steel.
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 is continuing its station improvement vision by investing 280,000 GBP in enhancing 13 Borderlands Line stations.
One major complaint of rail passengers in Wales has been capacity. In response, TfW is introducing 6500 extra spaces per week from December.