Transport

Cardiff bus station to close this Sunday

Cardiff bus station to close this Sunday
September 14, 2012 No Comments »

Cardiff bus station will be closed this Sunday because of re-surfacing works. Cardiff Bus said there would be a number of bus stop changes as a result of the closure, with the following services using alternative stops: Services 95, 96A, ... Read More »

Could a car-free suburb work in Cardiff?

Could a car-free suburb work in Cardiff?
September 6, 2012 1 Comment »

Cardiff Council’s cabinet member for transport and planning, Councillor Ralph Cook, has revealed that he has asked planning chiefs to investigate to the way car-free zones work in some European towns and cities, with the possibility that Cardiff could become ... Read More »

Public consultation opens on new bus lane plans

Public consultation opens on new bus lane plans
September 5, 2012 No Comments »

Cardiff commuters are being asked to give their views on new bus lanes being planned along the A470 and the city’s Western Bus Corridor. Cardiff Council said that as part of improvements to Cardiff’s bus network, it hopes to introduce ... Read More »

City centre touch screens to provide 24/7 travel information

City centre touch screens to provide 24/7 travel information
September 3, 2012 1 Comment »

Touch-screens designed to provide up-to-the-minute travel information for Cardiff have been installed in the city centre. Cardiff Council said the new “smart travel information points” have been installed at Queen Street’s junctions with The Friary and Park Place, providing information ... Read More »

Cardiff Bus fares could be cut, says new company chairman

Cardiff Bus fares could be cut, says new company chairman
August 6, 2012 8 Comments »

Cardiff Bus is considering slashing the price of its fares for shorter journeys, the company’s new chairman has revealed. Councillor Benjamin Thomas said passenger numbers had dropped over the past six months and he had tasked the Cardiff council-owned company ... Read More »

Olympic queuing chaos at Cardiff Central

Olympic queuing chaos at Cardiff Central
August 2, 2012 No Comments »

Team GB were victorious over Uruguay in the men’s Olympic football at the Millennium Stadium last night, but thousands were left queuing outside Cardiff Central station after the match as train operators tried to get fans home. See how the ... Read More »

Cardiff Olympic travel info: Road closures, train alterations, and bus changes

Cardiff Olympic travel info: Road closures, train alterations, and bus changes
July 18, 2012 No Comments »

Details of road closures during Cardiff’s Olympic football matches have been released by Cardiff Council and South Wales Police. Olympic football begins at the Millennium Stadium on Wednesday July 25, and there will be 11 matches across eight days with ... Read More »

Roadworks continue on North Road

Roadworks continue on North Road
July 3, 2012 3 Comments »

Work to install “active” road studs on North Road has restarted this morning, following a break in the roadworks yesterday. Motorists were warned when the work began on June 27 to expect delays on the main artery into the city, ... Read More »

One fifth of Wales’ cycling accidents happen in Cardiff

One fifth of Wales’ cycling accidents happen in Cardiff
June 27, 2012 12 Comments »

There has been a dramatic rise in the number of cyclists killed or seriously injured on Welsh roads, with a fifth of all accidents happening in Cardiff. Across Wales a total of 118 bike riders were killed or seriously injured ... Read More »

Cardiff commuters happiest in the country, says report

Cardiff commuters happiest in the country, says report
June 25, 2012 1 Comment »

Cardiff commuters should be the happiest in the country with their rail service, a new index suggests. The Campaign for Better Transport looked at how train services in 11 cities perform on affordability, overcrowding and punctuality. The charity found that ... Read More »