Transport for Wales’ bus replacement of all services on the Conwy Valley route, as well as Wrexham’s Borderlands route is insulting to users of the lines in North Wales who depend on these services to make their regular commutes, said Welsh Conservative Shadow Transport Minister, Natasha Ashgar MS.
The entire cancellation of rail services on some North Wales branch lines because of fire risk with the Class 175s, in order to continue services via the South Wales routes is unacceptable and the rolling stock is unsuitable for the longer journeys it has now being undertaken.
With St Patrick’s Day celebrations in mind, remember not to simply stand next to your car while over the legal limit as it’s an offence to be in-charge of a vehicle albeit not driving.
The warning has come from Scrap Car Comparison which pointed out you face a maximum £2,500 fine and 12 months ban if you do and are caught.
Welsh drivers are least likely in Britain to car-share, according to analysis by Moneybarn.
Despite cost of living and fuel price rises it seems the Welsh value their independence and have shut the door on sharing any more than they did before the pandemics and searches on sharing sites have risen just over 19%, compared to 44.25% in London.
BMW 5 Series Sedan will include all-electric BMW M Performance model from October 2023.
It says the BMW i5 Touring due to arrive in spring 2024 will be the only all-electric model in the upper estate car segment.
Research reveals the most common reasons vehicles are seized in the UK, with 212,000 vehicles impounded in 2021, is no insurance.
The study conducted by Confused.com analysed Freedom of Information data from police forces across the UK and the lack of insurance was top and often discovered after an accident.
Three million people who applied for a driving licence during the worst of the pandemic experienced major delays, a report has found.
Some applicants lost jobs or income, and suffered social isolation and mental health problems, according to parliament’s Public Accounts Committee which was told the delays affected people who applied by post or had medical conditions after the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency in Swansea said it had prioritised its online services during the pandemic.