At around an hour, taking the train from Swansea to the village of Pontyclun keeps your carbon footprint as small as possible. The eco-friendly way to travel, our trains are fast, efficient and safe, providing you with a smooth, hassle-free trip.

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  • What safety precautions are in place on TfW trains?
    • At Transport for Wales the safety of our staff and passengers is at the heart of everything that we do. We have put the following safety measures in place at our stations and on our trains and concourses:

    • * Motion sensor hand sanitisers are in place throughout our stations

    • * The online Capacity Checker helps you choose a quieter train

    • * Contactless payments are in place on our trains and at our stations to further protect our passengers and staff

  • How to download our TfW app?
    • Getting travel information on the go has never been easier. The Transport for Wales mobile app enables you to see service updates, book tickets and check out up-to-date timetables. Download for free from The App Store and Google Play Store.
  • What are the accessibility options for TfW trains?
    • At Transport for Wales we want to make train travel accessible to all our passengers. We are proud of the changes that we have made to our trains and stations in order to accomplish this, such as more accessible buttons and additional wheelchair spaces on our trains. As part of our commitment to accessibility, we are implementing new innovations every week. For more details see here.
  • What are the ways to buy your ticket?
    • Purchasing your train tickets with Transport for Wales has never been easier. You can get your tickets:

    • * On the train

    • * By calling us

    • * Online

    • * On the TfW free downloadable app

    • * At the ticket machines or in person at our stations

    • For more information see here.