Line re-opened between Taffs Well and Radyr

Following a broken down train between Taffs Well and Radyr, the line towards Cardiff has re-opened.  Delays of up to 45 minutes can be expected to most Valley routes until approximately 1300

 

Rail tickets can be used on all Cardiff Bus routes until 1330:

Information on these services can be found at www.cardiffbus.co.uk


Rail tickets can be used on the following New Adventure travel routes until 1330:

303 Cardiff (Callaghan Sqaure) - Cogan - Eastbrook - Barry

304 Cardiff (Callaghan Square) - Barry - Llantwit Major - Bridgend 

Information on these services can be found at www.natgroup.co.uk 


We apologise for the inconvenience this disruption is causing

 
 
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