Services Changes Saturday 16 June to Friday 6 July 2018

Due to extensive Network Rail upgrade work, many mainline services in South and West Wales will be subject to timetable changes.  Please check your journey plans before you travel.

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Bilingual policy

We work closely with the Welsh Language Commissioner and set out our Welsh Language Policy in our Passenger Charter, which is detailed below; 

We are committed to providing information in both Welsh and English. 

We operate a bilingual service in the following areas: 

  • Responses to written correspondence 
  • Customer Relations telephone calls 
  • e-mail correspondence 
  • Timetable information - via NRES Welsh Language Service 
  • Signage is now almost 100% bilingual. Our ultimate aim is to ensure that all our signage is bilingual at stations in Wales. 
  • Producing bilingual promotional material as appropriate Pocket Timetables and guides to services are produced as bilingual publications 
  • Providing Welsh language passenger announcements where possible on stations.

Website:  As part of our commitment to Welsh culture, we always try to ensure that the Arriva Trains Wales website is available in both English and Welsh language versions. However, as some sections of the site are updated on a frequent basis or updated by automated feeds from 3rd parties, this is not always possible. We regret this restriction but hope you will continue to take advantage of the Welsh language site where available.  

The following website functions are not available in Welsh: 

  • Online Booking System  
  • Journey Check  
  • Rainbow Boards  
  • Planned Service Alterations  
  • Live Departure & Arrivals Board  
  • Station Search  
  • Marketing and Customer Communication Emails