New Adventure Travel (NAT) could introduce an all-night bus service in Cardiff if a planned taxi strike in the city goes ahead this month, the Western Mail reported.
Taxi booking app Uber has been granted an operator’s licence for Cardiff, the BBC has reported.
An express bus service running every 20 minutes almost round the clock between Cardiff city centre and Cardiff Airport is due to launch next month.
A review has been launched into whether free transport to and from school could be provided in Cardiff, The Western Mail has reported.
Cardiff-based New Adventure will become the first independent coach operator to acquire Plaxton’s flagship Elite i coaches. The company is to take delivery of two in the spring.
First Cymru’s Greyhound coach services, which currently run between Swansea and Cardiff, are to be extended from March 11 to provide a direct coach link to and from Swansea, Cardiff, Newport and Bristol Airport – […]
The Cardiff-Cork service, offering fares starting at £42 return, will run four times weekly with a luggage allowance of two medium-sized suitcases per person Descendents of one of the first Irish settlements in Wales have […]