Wales and Western news
British Transport Police and Network Rail remind parents and children of the dangers of the railway as schools close
With schools closed for the foreseeable future, and parents seeking to fill their children’s time at home, British Transport Police and Network Rail are urging parents and carers to speak to their children and loved ones about the dangers posed by the railway and the importance of staying off the track.
Passengers between Shrewsbury and Newtown are urged to check before travelling on Sunday as Network Rail undertakes emergency work following storm damage
Network Rail will be working around the clock between Welshpool and Newtown this Sunday to make some emergency repairs to an embankment on the railway following storm damage caused by the recent extreme weather.
Storm Jorge: Joint statement from Network Rail and Transport for Wales
Network Rail and Transport for Wales have issued the following statement and information following another weekend of extreme weather affecting the Wales and Borders route.
South Wales travel advice: Friday 28 February 2020
With heavy rain falling across Wales, the following information has been issued by Network Rail
Saturday Extreme Weather Update: Abergavenny to Hereford Line Reopened
Network Rail has made additional progress in repairing the railway network across the Wales and Borders route following Storm Ciara, Storm Dennis and additional rainfall this week.
Extreme Weather Update: Major progress made by Network Rail. Passengers thanked
Network Rail has made substantial progress in repairing the railway network across the Wales and Borders route following Storm Ciara, Storm Dennis and additional rainfall this week.
Extreme Weather Events: More progress made by Network Rail
Network Rail continues its work across Wales following Storm Ciara and Storm Dennis to repair and reopen the lines affected. A reduced number of closures and disruptions remain in place.
Extreme Weather Events: More lines reopen as Network Rail continues to work hard during heavy rainfall
Network Rail continues to work around the clock on the Wales and Borders route following the recent two storms, and the current 24-hours of additional rainfall, to repair and reopen lines affected, although some closures and disruption remains in place.
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