Railway tracksCovid-19 has changed the way we go about our lives this year – regardless of who you are or where you are in life, you’ve probably seen some change in your day-to-day activities.

At Transport for Wales, we want to hear how this pandemic is influencing people’s perception of public transport now and in the long run. The survey has been running since the end of July and we’ve already had more than 1,500 responses – which is great! Some voices, however, are quieter than others: those of young people, older people, individuals with disabilities, students, women, the BAME community to name but a few. (more…)

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We know that many of you are returning home for the Christmas break and want to ensure that you have all the information that you need to inform your travel decision.

If you are going to be travelling by Public transport Rail, coach or bus the following information will help you. Remember COVID restrictions apply therefore masks are mandatory to travel (unless you have a proven reason not to wear one, sunflower lanyards are available for those who wish to have one. Capacity is reduced due to distancing measures on board so booking ahead is advised. (more…)

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From Monday 16th November, there will be a change to service 9A serving Fabian Way Park and Ride. The service will now run from Fabian Way to Swansea City Bus Station only and will not continue onto Singleton Park Campus (via the Guildhall). (more…)

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Railway tracksTransport for Wales have introduced a brand-new Capacity Checker tool. This will help give an indication of the trains that are often full and the ones with plenty of seats available. This way you can decide the best time for your journey.


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Update on University services during the two week ‘fire-break’: Following the Welsh Government announcement on Monday of the two week ‘fire-break’, we would like to reassure you that there are no changes to teaching at Swansea University.  

We remain committed to ensuring students have access to our services, however there will be a slight change to some of our opening hours due to Government regulations during this time.  (more…)

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