During the rail replacement work, a bus service will be in operation between Shrewsbury and Aberystwyth and from Machynlleth to Tywyn in both directions. Passengers are advised to allow an extra hour for their train journey between Shrewsbury and Aberystwyth.
Network Rail will this month start installing a high capacity signalling system in a trailblazing project which will inform the design of next-generation railway signalling across the UK.
As part of a £13m enhancement project, the Cambrian Line in Wales will become the first National Rail route in the UK to deploy the European Rail Traffic management System. The first stage of ERTMS work will be carried out from 19 to 27 April at locations including Llanidloes Road, Caersws level crossing, Weig Lane, Merrllyn Level Crossing, Welshpool, Newtown, Tallerddig, Machynlleth and Dovey Junction.
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£13m Cambrian rail upgrade project introduces ERTMS
Aberystwyth Train Station
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