This section of our site gives all of our latest news and press releases on changes and improvements to Arriva Trains Wales' services as well as articles on the transport industry as a whole.
Passengers using Llandaf and Radyr stations are advised of temporary car park closures as Network Rail installs new footbridges to improve accessibility.
Trains Wales is advising passengers that due to all rugby fans travelling to
Cardiff on Saturday 25 April to attend the
Judgement Day Rugby Event at the Millennium Stadium that Cardiff train services
will be busy prior to and after the match.
Arriva Trains Wales would like to advise customers
that services to and from Chester station on race days will be busy.
Arriva Trains Wales (ATW) is pleased to announce some
important changes to its timetables commencing from Sunday 17 May 2015 which
will result in service and frequency improvements for many of its passengers.
Arriva Trains Wales has introduced free WiFi for its customers at Cardiff Central station. It is part of a trial which if successful could see free WiFi being rolled out to many of its stations across the Arriva Trains Wales Network.
Over the next six months,
Network Rail will be carrying out major improvement work to the track on and
around the Ebbw Valley line.
Due to Network Rail improvement
work, on Saturday 27 June and Sunday 28 June, a Rail Replacement Bus service
will run between Cardiff Central and Newport in both directions.
The Ludlow Spring and Food Festivals return this year on 9th-10th May and 11th-13th September respectively, with plenty for all the family to enjoy.
All train services into and out of Cardiff are likely to be busy on these dates due to two major music events in the centre of Cardiff.
Due to Network Rail’s improvement work on the line between Cardiff and Newport over the Whitsun Bank Holiday weekend (23-25 May), several Arriva Trains Wales services in the South Wales area are going to be affected.
On Sunday 29 March, Wrexham fans will get the chance to travel directly to Wembley Stadium on a special train provided by Arriva Trains Wales in partnership with the Welsh Government to watch Wrexham Football Club play North Ferriby United in the FA Trophy Final
Arriva Trains Wales is advising all rugby fans travelling to Cardiff on Saturday 14 March to attend the Wales v Ireland match at the Millennium Stadium to leave ample time to catch the train home.
Arriva Trains Wales (ATW) is pleased to announce the
start of its consultation process with key stakeholders on its proposed May
Arriva Trains Wales is advising those planning to travel home by train after the Wales v England International Rugby Match on Friday 06 February 2015 at the Millennium Stadium that limited additional services and capacity will be available. Due to the late 20:05 hrs kick off, the match will not finish until around 22:00hrs so we are urging supporters who want to return home on the train to make their way directly to Cardiff Central Station.
In the days running up to Christmas and the New Year, Arriva Trains Wales is providing additional services and extra carriages, in what is expected to be an exceptionally busy time for rail travel.
Anyone who holds a valid Welsh Government concessionary travel pass can now get a fantastic 33% off local fares on the Cardiff and Valleys network, without the need to buy a Rail Card.
The new £3.5m rail station at Pye Corner, Newport opens this weekend when the first train pulls in on Sunday (14 December).
From Sunday 14th December, the following changes will be taking effect: