New Years Eve South Wales
COMMUTERS going on new-year's Eve come in for additional delays regarding trains as a signalling issue continues to interrupt solutions through Cardiff Central.
FIND OUT MORE: Rail interruption across South Wales continues
It uses per week of interruption due to engineering works not done punctually.
System Rail has actually cautioned that solutions are likely to be affected until the end of today's service.
a declaration from their website stated: "Major manufacturing work at Cardiff Central, that has been due to end on Thursday 29 December, had not been done on time.Interruption through #CardiffCentral until at the least the termination of solution. Just start to see the link for more information
— Nationwide Rail (@nationalrailenq)
Nationwide Rail have tweeted in regards to the disruption
"Lines have reopened, but a signalling problem continues to interrupt solutions through the station. In addition to this, Arriva Trains Wales services are being further disrupted by a shortage of train team.
"The ongoing in the pipeline improvement works being performed by Network Rail at Cardiff Central means restricted platform space and constraints in train motions come in spot."
The disturbance will undoubtedly be affecting solutions that run between Cardiff Central and Maesteg, Great west Railway between Swansea and Paddington, and in addition between Cardiff Central and Portsmouth Harbour.
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Providers that operate between Cardiff Central and Swansea phoning at Bridgend, Pyle, Port Talbot Parkway, Baglan, Briton Ferry, Neath, Skewen, Llansamlet and Swansea will likely to be changed by buses until 2pm.
a timetable the above buses can be seen here. Alternatively you can check the nationwide Rail Enquiries real time Journey Planner, to test your trip just before travel.