Tuesday, June 03, 2008

Railway station improvements - fine for Cardiff, but what about us?

The restitution of platforms at Cardiff Queen Street is long overdue. In particular, the service to Cardiff Bay - providing access to the Millennium Centre and the Welsh Assembly building - needs improvement, if day visitors are to be persuaded to abandon road in favour of rail.

But what about Port Talbot and Neath? The council leader has identified the former as in sore need of development (hopefully, to include an easy interchange with road transport), but what help is the county borough to be given by the Plaid/Labour coalition government?
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