Waters considers reshaped TfW to break down silos and be more multi-modal

Rhodri Clark
25 April 2023
Lee Waters: thinking through the best role for TfW
Lee Waters: thinking through the best role for TfW
 

Welsh Deputy Climate Change Minister Lee Waters has expressed a desire for Transport for Wales to become a genuinely multi-modal operator rather than maintaining modal silos.

TfW was created in 2016 as a company wholly owned by the government. Its initial focus was on rail. It was subsequently given active travel and bus tasks, the latter including reviewing current service provision and planning new regional networks which would ensure existing funding delivered better services. However,...

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