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As part of our commitment to link strategic areas, we fund a network of long distance buses.

This network carries nearly 1.5 million passengers per year.

The buses are branded TrawsCymru® and are low floor, fully accessible vehicles. All buses have coach style seating and free WiFi to ensure a comfortable journey.

TrawsCymru buses connect at main interchanges to other bus and rail routes, and 'through' tickets are available to allow travel on both types of routes.


Information on the current services can be found on the TrawsCymru website. These include the following routes:

  • T1: Aberystwyth – Lampeter – Carmarthen
  • T2: Aberystwyth – Dolgellau – Porthmadog – Caernarfon – Bangor
  • T3: Wrexham – Llangollen – Bala – Dolgellau – Barmouth
  • T4: Newtown – Brecon – Merthyr Tydfil – Cardiff
  • T5: Aberystwyth – Cardigan – Fishguard – Haverfordwest
  • T9: Cardiff Airport Express

TrawsCymru services


The Minister commissioned the Bevan Foundation to review our involvement in developing the TrawsCymru bus network. The Bevan Foundation considered the views of bus users, bus operators and other stakeholders. The Review of TrawsCymru sets out their conclusions.

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