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Please follow the below links for our Special Newsletter:
From 29 January 2019, the point from which our customers can claim compensation for delayed journeys has been reduced from 30 minutes to 15 minutes.
For more information, please visit tfwrail.wales/delay-repay-compensation where you can claim online or pick up a compensation form from your nearest ticket office.
Delay Repay offers a wide choice of repayment options, including bank transfer and Paypal.
Don’t forget to keep your ticket to make a claim. If you claim online you can also opt to donate your compensation to our chosen charity railwaychildren.org.
Transport for Wales
The next meeting of the transport group will be on 12th feb in committee room 2 of the civic offices barry. The paperwork is here:
We strive to offer fares that are value for money whilst maintaining a widespread network or routes, as a result, the increase to fares from Sunday 3rd of February has been kept as minimal as possible.
Our app tickets will still be discounted to offer even better value. In addition, tickets which are exclusive to the app offer customers the opportunity to purchase bundles of single or return tickets at a reduced price e.g. customers can travel for as little as £1.60 per journey with our 10 single ticket offer.
In the last couple of years, we have invested in new vehicles with latest technology including on-bus next stop audio and visual announcements; contactless payment to make every day travel simpler and boarding times faster; and have also introduced online top-up for the convenience of our iff card customers.
Click here to see the new prices effective from Sunday 3rd February.
A new bus station will be built at Wales’ biggest hospital.
The new transport interchange will be built at the main entrance of University Hospital Wales to focus bus drop-offs and pick-ups to a single area within the site.
Further to the consultation that was undertaken between 25 April and 19 June, you may wish to be aware that we have today published our final Welsh Government supplemental plan to the UK plan for tackling roadside nitrogen dioxide concentrations 2017.
A link to the plan is provided below:-
An announcement of the publication is available at the following web link:-
The Welsh Government has recently consulted on “Connected Communities- Tackling loneliness and isolation” This is an important issue for older people ,people with disabilities and carers and our response can be read in full.
TFW – Fair and simple compensation
Next Transport meeting 12th Feb 2019
Changes to Cardiff bus fares
The BIG Volunteering Fayre