In line with Welsh Government lockdown restrictions, NAT Group will be introducing significant timetable changes from January 25 until restrictions are lifted or reduced.
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Leading Welsh transport provider NAT Group has been awarded the UK Business Heroes stamp by the South and Mid Wales Chambers of Commerce for going the extra mile during the Coronavirus outbreak.
The first Demand Response Transport scheme to be piloted in Cardiff is now halfway through its trial period and has welcomed more than 1,251 passengers aboard in that time.
Cardiff-based aluminium fabricator, Dudley’s Aluminium, has started work on a new project to benefit communities in the south west of England.
A brand-new bus route connecting Capital Retail Park and Cardiff City Stadium with Pengam Green (Tesco) via Ocean Way and Grangetown will launch in September, operated by NAT Group.
Following rigorous research and testing of various products that have come to the market since Covid-19, NAT Group has confirmed its updated cleaning product line-up and procedures to ensure that all Welsh Government regulations are adhered to, and exceeded.
Cardiff is set to trial its very first Demand Response Transport (DRT) scheme where passengers can remotely book bus journeys and schedules are altered according to demand.
NAT Group has reassured the public that it is ready for an increase in passenger numbers as and when lockdown measures are reduced and people begin to return to work.
With international travel all but banned for non-essential trips, NAT Group has announced it will discontinue its overseas operations and focus all of its efforts on running high quality bus services and private hire throughout the UK.