Category: Press Releases – RTA

Cardiff Capital Region (CCR) has today (November 10th) launched a Green Taxi ‘Try before you buy’ pilot in partnership with Welsh Government.
Cardiff Capital Region has unveiled a far-reaching Passenger Rail Vision that will be key to South East Wales’ success in levelling-up, scaling-up and building back better to improve the economic, health and social outcomes for everyone in the region.
The CCR Regional Transport Authority has today (Feb 18th 2021) reported on the rapid, positive progress made on its ULEV initiatives – despite the Covid-19 backcloth and the immensely challenging environment that has created.
The RTA is set to expand its remit following cabinet approval of a proposal to widen its terms of reference.
At its latest meeting on September 17th 2020, the Cardiff Capital Region Transport Authority (RTA), which comprises elected transport portfolio leads from the ten local authorities in South-East Wales, has announced a series of updates on the Metro Central, Metro Plus and ULEV Schemes.
Wales Transport Awards has selected the Cardiff Capital Region City Deal as a finalist for its Services to the Transport Industry Award.
One of the abiding images of the Covid-19 lockdown is that of empty roads and deserted streets. It’s a picture that journalists and historians in years to come will return to when they want to convey the impact of the pandemic on ordinary life.
At its latest meeting on June 4 2020, the Cardiff Capital Region Transport Authority (RTA), which comprises elected transport portfolio leads from the ten local authorities in South-East Wales, has announced notification of its successful application for Welsh Government LTF funding, in conjunction with a series of updates on the south East Wales Metro and Metro Plus Schemes.
At its latest meeting on June 4 2020, the Cardiff Capital Region Transport Authority (RTA), which comprises elected transport portfolio leads from the ten local authorities in South-East Wales, has announced notification of its successful application for a share of the Welsh Government (WG) Ultra Low Emission Vehicle Transformation Fund.
THE Cardiff Capital Region (CCR) has revealed key updates to the South Wales transport network, including the creation of a Porth transport interchange, and improved connections at the capital’s Cardiff East bus priority corridor.

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