Jane Dodds MS, David Chadwick MP and Powys Council Leader James Gibson-Watt

Improve the Heart of Wales line

Our MP David Chadwick, Senedd Member Jane Dodds and Local Councillors are campaigning to stop Welsh Labour Government cuts to the Heart of Wales rail line. We need more services on the line, not less. 

Improving the service on the Line is vital for people using it to commute and to tackle climate change and bring in investment. 

We want Welsh Labour to:

1) Reverse their planned cuts. 

2) Introduce a timetable that ensures a service every two hours. 

3) Introduce new and more reliable trains on the line. 

Campaign to improve the rail service on the Heart of Wales line

The Heart of Wales line should be improved, not cutback, says David Chadwick. I want to see the cuts reversed, a more frequent service introduced every 2 hours and new, more reliable trains brought in. Please sign up here to support my campaign to improve rail services on this vital line for the communities of Powys.

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