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Passengers are being reminded by Transport for Wales to check before travelling this Easter as engineering work takes place.
Buses will replace trains between Pontypridd and Radyr in South Wales as work continues on the South Wales Metro project, which will see faster services between Cardiff and The Valleys from 2023.
The work over Easter is the next step of the project, which has seen a January blockade and overnight work on the Core Valley Lines network.
Further North, Network Rail are completing engineering work between Chester and Manchester and means that Transport for Wales services will run to Chester, and then a rail replacement bus will run to Manchester Piccadilly.
Services on Easter Sunday will not run between Liverpool Lime Street and Chester via Runcorn, with rail replacement buses in operation.
Transport for Wales is urging passengers to follow government advice to help Keep Wales Safe.
This article first appeared on www.railadvent.co.uk
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