The Transport Interchange Plans Aiming to Help Make Caerphilly a Great Place to Live and Work


The Metro Plus Transport Interchange plans  for Caerphilly will include high quality passenger facilities, including electronic information displays, EV charging for buses and a larger park-and-ride facility.

To find out more about this and transportation plans in general we caught up with Clive Campbell, Transportation Engineering Manager for Caerphilly County Borough Council (CCBC).

 “The Caerphilly Interchange is at present the only genuine multimodal interchange within the South East Wales region. Our intention is to renew that facility  – to be modern, and up to date,  serving both the town and the wider region We want to create an atmosphere where Caerphilly as a destination is a good place to live and work. Together with other initiatives proposed in the Caerphilly 2035 Project, we intend to end up with an interchange facility that will link in with the major investment for Caerphilly Castle.”

CCBC are looking to the interchange to deliver on a number of levels, not least increasing growth opportunities for retail in the town. Having completed a feasibility study for the interchange the Council will procure an architectural-led consultant team to progress the development of the detailed business case and design. The interchange facility is due to be delivered by 2025.


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