MILLIONS FOR TRAINS: £15m investment in Transport for Wales trains
|Passengers using the Wales and Borders network will have access to more seats and improved trains from this month as part of a £15m investment by Transport for Wales.|
|The latest four-carriage Class 769 – offering greater capacity, more room and better accessibility - went into all-day service at the end of February and the first of the new-look Class 150s leaves TfW’s Canton depot this week ready for use across the Wales and Borders network.
They are part of a wider investment of more than £15m to provide customers with trains offering more seats, better accessibility and revamped interiors.
Ken Skates, Minister for Economy, Transport and North Wales, said: “Improving the quality of our trains was a big motivation behind the investment in our rail network we’ve made through Transport for Wales.
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