The government has given strict guidelines, stay at home, support the NHS and save lives. Please do not travel unless it is an essential journey. A day trip out on the North Wales Coast Lines to the Coast is NOT a necessity and is putting people in danger. There is nothing open for you so please stay away. If we all obey the rules set down the restrictions will be over much sooner.
18th March 2020 – Transport for Wales has announced today that there will be no on board catering on any of their trains until further notice.
18th March 2020 – Schools to close on Friday 20th March until further notice.
20th March 2020 – Rail timetables to change on 23rd April until further notice as follows:
A reduced timetable will operate throughout the Transport for Wales rail network starting Monday 23 March 2020. This will operate until further notice.
This means that Sunday service times will be applied seven days a week. Some additional train services may also operate to support selected urban commuter routes. Train times may be subject to short notice change. The most up-to-date service information will be available on this website, the TfW Rail app and on digital information screens at stations. Please always check before travel.
Railway station ticket office opening hours will also be amended to reflect these changes in train services.
The Agenda Executive Meeting to be held on 13th March is posted here.
The minutes of the Executive meeting are posted here.
The usual April meeting has been cancelled due to the virus situation in the UK. A full date with schedule of decisions to be made will be issued to all members by the end of March which will keep members up to date and involved. More news as we have it.