Plans have been outlined to develop a new transport system in south-east Wales. The region's transport alliance says creating a metro-style system would allow people to travel without having to plan journeys around a timetable.
Dozens of old catering carriages are being converted to allow more room for passengers on trains from South Wales to London. First Great Western say it will help with overcrowding. Passengers at Cardiff Central say the it will help at peak times.
In Edinburgh, dozens of old catering carriages are being converted for use on trains from South Wales to London.
It means there will be more room for passengers travelling on peak time services to and from Paddington. First Great Western says it will help to alleviate overcrowding.
Old catering carriages are being converted to help ease overcrowding on trains between South Wales and London. The work, being carried out in Edinburgh, will see an extra carriage per train at peak times.