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« on: May 01, 2020, 10:53:15 am »

Sticky topic overview - data from Transport for Wales summaries, as at 1st May 2020

I have covered services that overlap with lines that GWR [normally] operate - so this is South Wales south of Shrewsbury.

Cardiff Central - Shrewsbury - Chester,Holyhead / Crewe,Manchester
No direct services are in operation between Cardiff Central and Holyhead.
Customers are asked to use Manchester services between Cardiff Central and Shrewsbury

Maesteg Cheltenham Spa
A reduced service will be in operation with an addition earlier morning service to enable key workers to get to work

Cardiff Swansea -  Carmarthen
A reduced service will be in operation

Carmarthen - Milford Haven - Pembroke Dock - Fishguard
A much reduced service is in operation
Services will still link in with ferry operations.

Llanelli Shrewsbury ( via Heart of Wales )
A reduced service will be in operation with one service per day in each direction

Local Cardiff and Valleys services
A reduced service will be in operation

Cardiff Bay service
A reduced service will be in operation with two services per hour

Coryton - Radyr via City line
A service will be in operation every 90 minutes in each direction.
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« Reply #1 on: May 01, 2020, 05:55:06 pm »

Sticky topic overview - data from Transport for Wales summaries, as at 1st May 2020

I have covered services that overlap with lines that GWR [normally] operate - so this is South Wales south of Shrewsbury.

Cardiff Central - Shrewsbury - Chester,Holyhead / Crewe,Manchester
No direct services are in operation between Cardiff Central and Holyhead.
Customers are asked to use Manchester services between Cardiff Central and Shrewsbury

Maesteg Cheltenham Spa
A reduced service will be in operation with an addition earlier morning service to enable key workers to get to work

Cardiff Swansea -  Carmarthen
A reduced service will be in operation

Carmarthen - Milford Haven - Pembroke Dock - Fishguard
A much reduced service is in operation
Services will still link in with ferry operations.

Llanelli Shrewsbury ( via Heart of Wales )
A reduced service will be in operation with one service per day in each direction

Local Cardiff and Valleys services
A reduced service will be in operation

Cardiff Bay service
A reduced service will be in operation with two services per hour

Coryton - Radyr via City line
A service will be in operation every 90 minutes in each direction.

It is basically the Sunday service with additional morning services for essential services
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