Line Closed between Barry and Bridgend via Llantwit Major until further notice

Due to a derailed freight train between Barry and Rhoose, the line is closed between Barry and Bridgend in both directions.  The line will remain closed until at least the start of service on Friday 03rd October.

Replacement buses are operating meaning journey times will be extended by up to 40 minutes.

Buses are running from Barry - Bridgend departing at the following times:

Barry 05 minutes past each hour
Rhoose 20 minutes past each hour
Llantwit Major 35 minutes past each hour
Arriving at Bridgend on the hour

Buses are running from Bridgend - Barry departing at the following times:

Bridgend 42 minutes past each hour
Llantwit Major 07 minutes past each hour
Rhoose 22 minutes past each hour
Arriving at Barry at 37 minutes past each hour (train to Cardiff departs at 45 minutes past the hour)

We are sorry for any inconvenience caused
 
 
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