“Significant” disruption is expected on railway lines in Wales for a third day on Monday as the clear-up from Storm Dennis continues.
Heavy rainfall and high river levels have lead to widespread flooding over the weekend over much of south Wales.
A “major incident” was declared by police after a red “danger to life” weather warning was put in place on Sunday morning. You can follow our live updates as the clean-up operation gets under way here.
Transport for Wales have issued a list of train services “likely to be affected” on Monday morning.
- Aberdare to Pontypridd
- Newport to Hereford
- Conwy Valley line
- Cambrian Line
- Machynlleth to Pwllheli
- Machynlleth to Aberystwyth
- Welsh Marches Line
In a statement on their website on Sunday Transport for Wales said: “Passengers are urged to check before they travel on Monday as Storm Dennis continues to cause severe flooding on the Wales and Borders network.
“The safety of our passengers and colleagues is our absolute priority and we are working closely together to minimise any disruption
“We will continue to work throughout the remainder of today and throughout the night to ensure we are in the best possible place to run services safely on Monday morning however, with a major incident now declared in south Wales, we anticipate there could be significant disruption to services tomorrow morning.”
The park and ride site in Pentwyn, Cardiff, is “likely” to be closed on Monday morning due to flooding.
Cardiff Bus said the X59 service will continue to operate the rest of the route.
Newport Bus said they are expect all service to operate their full routes with the exception of the DRT31 which will not serve any further south than Marshfield Village. The 73 service Newport to Chepstow via the A48 route will be assessed on Monday morning.
New Adventure Travel have issued detailed advice for those planning on travelling in Pontypridd on Monday.
They said: “We currently have safe routes for the following services and they will be operating normally: 101, 103, 105, 107, 109, 404 and X8.
“We will be checking the roads first thing and posting an update just after 0600hrs on Mon 17 Feb morning for the following routes: 102, 104, 106, 901, C18 and X38.
“We are investigating the options for the following routes, as they are currently not safe to run but we think the roads may improve enough for us to use: 320, 321 and E79 – we will be monitoring for fallen trees in the morning.”
Phil Anslow services have cancelled the 63 Cwmbran service to Chepstow and the 69 route to Chepstow to Monmouth.
You can check updates for Monday here.