October 1, 2019

Changes to Concessionary Bus Passes in Wales

Concessionary bus passes across Wales are changing! Transport for Wales are currently in the process of renewing all concessionary bus passes in Wales. If you currently hold a bus pass there’s no need to panic – your current bus pass will still be valid until the end of the year. All holders of a concessionary pass will need to reapply before …

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February 7, 2019

Cuts to Cardiff Bus/Capital Links Services: My Letter

This week, I have written to the Managing Director of Cardiff Bus to raise my concerns at the planned cuts to Cardiff Bus/Capital Links services accross Cardiff. This follows concerns being raised from many constituents about the planned service cuts. I have asked for a meeting with Cardiff Bus to discuss these concerns in more detail. You can see my …

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July 12, 2018

Young People Survey 2018

I have produced this survey in order to achieve a greater understanding of how you, the youth of my constituency, feel about your community. As well as your thoughts and opinions on today’s political issues. This survey is aimed at those in their GCSE years and will help me to make informed decisions in order to improve your lives as …

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July 5, 2018

Rip Off Rail Fares

I challenged Transport Minister Jo Johnson today about the extortionate cost of rail fares on the Great Western line. It costs 3 times more for a standard return ticket from Cardiff Central to London than it does to fly from Cardiff Airport to Barcelona and back. Rip off fares, delays and cancellations mean that unsurprisingly, fewer people have used our railways in the past year. …

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July 2, 2018

Catch the Bus Week

This week is Catch the Bus Week, which aims to inspire people to leave the car at home and take the bus to their next destination. It highlights just how central buses are to communities around the country – they are the most widely used form of public transport and they play a vital part in improving air quality, as …

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