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06 December 2016
Bow Street could soon have a new train station and interchange.
15 November 2016
Economy and Infrastructure Secretary Ken Skates has met with eight of the apprentices that are helping ensure the Newtown bypass is completed, on schedule, by 2019.
11 November 2016
The Aberystwyth to Cardiff bus service will resume later this month after the Welsh Government’s TrawsCymru service stepped in to run the route.
31 October 2016
Plans are in place to help keep Wales moving during the winter months, Economy and Infrastructure Secretary Ken Skates said following a visit to the North Wales Traffic Management Centre in Conwy.
19 October 2016
Economy and Infrastructure Secretary Ken Skates has been visiting the M4’s Brynglas tunnels to see how essential works are progressing.
18 October 2016
Economy Secretary, Ken Skates has reiterated his commitment to building a more effective network of bus services for Wales.
17 October 2016
New plans that will improve infrastructure in Wales over the next 30 years and beyond have been outlined today by Economy Secretary, Ken Skates.
13 October 2016
Economy and Infrastructure Secretary Ken Skates has today revealed the preferred bidders for services on the new Wales and Borders franchise and Metro.
03 October 2016
A delay to the start of the public inquiry on the proposed M4 Corridor around Newport Project, will not impact on the due completion date of the project in 2021, Ken Skates pledged today.
30 September 2016
The Blue Badge Scheme in Wales will be expanded tomorrow to include those experiencing temporary but substantial injuries or illness, the Economy and Infrastructure Secretary Ken Skates has announced.
26 September 2016
The Welsh Government has today announced that regulated rail fares in Wales will not rise above the rate of inflation until at least October 2018.
20 September 2016
Economy and Infrastructure Secretary, Ken Skates has today reminded interested parties that draft orders for the A487 Caernarfon to Bontnewydd bypass will be exhibited this week.
15 September 2016
The Economy and Infrastructure Secretary, Ken Skates has today announced a five point plan to support the bus industry in Wales.
12 September 2016
The Economy Secretary, Ken Skates, has today welcomed new flights aimed at commuters and businesses.
09 September 2016
Economy and Infrastructure Secretary, Ken Skates has today given the green light for a new £5.3m integrated transport hub in Port Talbot.
07 September 2016
Ken Skates, the Cabinet Secretary for Economy and Infrastructure, has today welcomed the completion of a recent phase of work to improve the A55 tunnels.
23 August 2016
The next Intercity West Coast rail franchise (ICWC) must help unlock the potential of North Wales, Economy Secretary, Ken Skates has said today.
12 August 2016
Wales has its first full time Traffic Commissioner, after Economy and Infrastructure Secretary, Ken Skates, confirmed Welsh Government funding for the post this week.
25 July 2016
Drivers that flout the Variable Speed Limit restrictions in place along a busy stretch of the M4 around Newport will face tougher enforcement action.
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