Weather-proof touch screens have been installed in Cardiff city centre to provide the public with up-to-date travel information.
The devices provide information on public transport times and stops, local taxi ranks and safe cycling zones, and also provide travel advice for people with mobility problems.
Departure news is fed from bus and rail operators, and smart phones can be used to link to Traveline Cymru for door-to-door journey plans and Arriva Trains Wales for planning rail trips.
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