The train drivers’ union ASLEF and RMT (Train driver members) has announced strike action on Wednesday 1 and Friday 3 February. Some of our services are likely to be extremely busy as a result of the severely-reduced timetable put in place by other operators.
Transport for Wales (TfW) is not involved in industrial action by members of the train driver’s union ASLEF and RMT (Train driver members).
TfW services will be running but other train operators’ services, across the UK, will be limited.
We’ll have more information on our timetable soon.
Please plan ahead and make sure to check your entire journey. … See MoreSee Less
Update: We have just received updated information from Gwynedd Council Street Works department that the closure on King Edward Street will start at 7pm on 31st January and is hoped to be only for one night.
Official notice of the Road Closure on King Edward Street next week. … See MoreSee Less
I contacted Gwynedd Council this morning about this. I asked for one-way traffic and lights – apparently the water main is in the middle of the road so this is not possible. They can allow school buses through as they know what time they go so can plan for them. It is not clear what the access will be for emergency serivces. The local County Councillors have complained to Gwynedd about this as well. For more information, contact Gwynedd directly on the number on the letter.
There have been concerns about the train strikes on these days. According to the TfW website, our line will not be affected by the strikes: tfw.wales/industrial-action
Thanks for that we had heard about a road closure but it wasn't very clear. We've been here for 3 days and we've got friends coming over the weekend. XX
Lorna Harrod I don't know if this will affect you? Can't get the pic big enough to see where it is😂🙈
Avril Sutton Ellie Williams will this impact the taxi and the journey for the kids to school?
Will there be a one way arrangement for local traffic?