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Latest News

Travel planning awards ceremony being held in Newport

Newport City Council is hosting the second annual South East Wales Travel Planning Awards on 16 October.

Commuters urged to travel by train

Works have concluded at the EU-backed Rhymney Park and Ride rail station, which now boasts a total of 50 park and ride spaces, an additional 25 on the previous amount

New Act to make it easier to walk and cycle in Wales starts

The Active Travel (Wales) Act 2013, which will make it easier for people to walk and cycle in Wales, has been formally commenced by the Transport Minister, Edwina Hart