Four train stations in Wales had no passengers last year

Four train stations in Wales had no passengers last year

New figures show that four train stations in Wales were completely deserted last year. The figures, from the Office of Rail and Road (ORR), show how the pandemic has affected train travel between April 2020 and March 2021. The impact of the pandemic is seen throughout ORR’s statistics with 51 railway stations in Wales recording fewer than 1,000 entries and exits in 2020-21. Read more:Transport for Wales says people who don't wear their masks on trains should be fined The Welsh stations with no entries and exits in 2021-21 were Abererch (Gwynedd), Llanbedr (Gwynedd), Tygwyn (Gwynedd), and Sugar Loaf (Powys). These stations all have typically low usage, but in 2020-21 served no passengers at all. Llandanwg station in Harlech also saw extremely low usage, with only two passenger entries and …
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