What if I think of something after this round of engagement has closed? Will I get a chance to comment upon the plans once proposed?

    Yes, provided the scheme is progressed we would envisage a public consultation upon the option iterations before progressing with one detailed design (which may be a combination of the best elements of a number of options).

    What type of transport will the options accommodate?

    The project aims to deliver a multi-modal corridor that supports the needs of public transport users, pedestrians, cyclists and other vulnerable road users. The transport options under consideration include new trams routes, bus routes and walking and cycling infrastructure. 

    What active travel considerations are being explored?

    • Delivery of a multi-modal corridor that supports the needs of pedestrians, cyclists and other vulnerable road users;
    • Enable seamless integration between modes through stops, stations and on vehicles;
    • Delivery of a net-gain for active travel infrastructure through new adjacent routes and new complementary routes;
    • Considerations for cycle hubs at stops

    What potential locations would the route options benefit?

    The scheme is being developed to improve connectivity between the following areas:

    1. Cardiff Bay;
    2. The communities of Splott, Adamsdown, Tremorfa, Llanrumney, Rumney, Penylan and Roath;
    3. Newport Road retail area;
    4. Employment and industrial areas south of the South Wales mainline (Ocean Way/East Moors); and
    5. Other communities across the Cardiff Capital Region which will benefit from improved connectivity to Cardiff Bay.