Wales and Western news
Newport residents reminded about final phase of bridge renewal project
Network Rail will begin the second and final phase of refurbishment work to Caerleon Road railway bridge on Friday 4 January.
Passengers benefit from longer platforms in Cotwolds allowing more carriages to be boarded
Passengers on the north Cotswold Line are from today benefitting from extended platforms that allows passengers to board more carriages on GWR’s new fleet of Intercity Express Trains.
Passengers at Bristol Temple Meads to benefit from easier station access as new ticket barriers are officially opened
Two brand new ticket gate locations have been officially opened at Bristol Temple Meads station today (Monday 17 December) to allow for faster and easier access into and out of the station.
Cyclists warned to move their abandoned bikes at Bristol Temple Meads before they are removed
Cyclists who have left their bicycles at Bristol Temple Meads station for long periods of time without using them are being warned that they will be removed and given to charity if they are not moved.
Wales and Borders passengers reminded to check before they travel this Christmas and New Year
Passengers travelling between Newport and Bristol and between Newport and Gloucester are reminded to check before travelling this Christmas and New Year, as Network Rail engineers work around the clock to modernise the South Wales Main Line.
Consultation confirms overwhelming support for new rail link to Heathrow from the West
- 72% of people who responded to the consultation support the potential new rail link from Reading and Slough to London Heathrow Airport
Residents reminded of temporary footbridge closure as part of Shrewsbury station upgrade
Shrewsbury residents and station users are reminded that work to refurbish Dana Footbridge will begin on Friday 14 December 2018. During the essential refurbishment work, the footbridge will be closed to pedestrians, with a diversion route in place via Castle Gates and Howard Street.
Two new railway lines into Bristol Temple Meads completed to help improve passenger journeys
This morning (Monday 3 December) Network Rail successfully completed the installation of two new railway lines between Filton Abbey Wood and Bristol Temple Meads – doubling the number of lines into Temple Meads from two to four.
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