Welsh stations reopen as restrictions lift

Transport for Wales is reopening stations which were temporarily closed during the pandemic after the Welsh Government reduced the Covid alert level to zero on 7 August.

In June and July last year, TfW trains temporarily ceased to call at numerous stations, in Wales and England, because of their short platforms. The risk of Covid transmission was deemed unacceptable at stations where only one train door can open.

Conwy station subsequently partially reopened for trains comprising two coaches, but this left long gaps between services. Normal service for Conwy will resume on 12 September, after the school holidays.

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