Face coverings required to travel on public transport

RESIDENTS in Carmarthenshire are being reminded that face coverings must be worn when travelling on all public transport. In response to the coronavirus, Welsh Government has announced that anyone travelling on enclosed public transport including buses, coaches, trains, taxis, trams, ferries and aircraft (where they take off in Wales) will need to Continue Reading

Bus operators planning how to safely carry more passengers as lockdown eases

A BUS company said it may only buy new vehicles which have built-in screens to help passengers maintain social distancing. NAT Group is one of many public transport operators which is trying to work out how to accommodate more passengers as coronavirus lockdown measures ease and people go back to Continue Reading

Residents step up pressure for a local bus service

A 250 signature petition and letter was recently presented by Llanelli Town Councillor, Sean Rees with residents from the Machynys, The Links and North Dock areas at the ‘Bus Users Cymru – Your Bus Matters consultation event at the Selwyn Samuel Centre. The petition was submitted to representatives from Carmarthenshire Continue Reading

Call for public transport investment

CARMARTHENSHIRE county councillors are calling for more investment in the public transport network to support residents in rural communities. Members considered a notice of motion brought to full council today (Wednesday October 18) which supported the Swansea Bay Metro plan, but called for it to be extended further west to Continue Reading

‘Award Winning’ Bwcabus celebrates 8th birthday

The Bwcabus is celebrating its 8th birthday. The award-winning bus service first began operating in the Newcastle Emlyn and Llandysul area in 2009. Since then it has grown to serve even more rural communities across North Carmarthenshire and South Ceredigion; and more recently in February this year a new service Continue Reading

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