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Here is a list of completed projects.
We have invested a total of £27m to enhance the rail infrastructure on the South Wales Main Line (SWML) between Llanelli and Swansea.
We improved the accessibility of Llandudno Railway Station as part of our Wales Station Improvement Programme (NSIP+) and the UK Government's National Station Improvement Programme (NSIP).
We improved the accessibility of Swansea High Street station as part of our NSIP+ project.
The Welsh Government invested £8.5m in a £22m scheme with Network Rail.
Llanharan Station re-opened for passenger services on 10 December 2007. The station was originally closed in 1964 under the Beeching Cuts.
This is a project to improve and upgrade the standard of signals, the line, track and services in and around the Newport area.
The Welsh Government has invested over £40m to re-open railway lines in Wales for passenger services.
ERTMS is a Network Rail cab-based signalling and train control system.
The Cardiff to Merthyr Tydfil Frequency Enhancement Project has increased train services between Cardiff Central and Merthyr Tydfil from hourly to every half hour.
The Welsh Assembly Government and Network Rail have invested £13m to enhance infrastructure on the Cambrian Railway Line. Works for this project have now been completed.