Network Rail staff who are members of the RMT /TSSA unions have suspended proposed industrial action on Monday 25th and Tuesday 26th May. All Train services will now operate as planned
An Artist's impression of Cardiff Queen Street station
Over the last two years, work has been taking place at Cardiff Central and Cardiff Queen Street stations, improving the entrances and building new platforms.
Additionally, track and signalling work is also being undertaken to improve reliability and capacity on the Cardiff and Valleys rail network. The £220 million project is jointly funded by Network Rail and the Welsh Government.
The project includes:
An Artist's impression of the new rear entrance for Cardiff Central station
The project, scheduled to be completed in 2015, will ‘future proof’ the railway by increasing capacity for potential future passenger services. It will also provide a more robust and flexible infrastructure in order to maintain and improve train reliability and punctuality.
For free email alerts to keep you up to date and to let you know of any service alterations relating to the project, please visit www.arrivatrainswales.co.uk/EngineeringWorksAlerts.
For further information on this project, visit
Network Rail's website.