The TransWilts Community Area Partnership is a division of the TransWilts Community Interest Company. – See [here] for TransWilts Vision2020
Timetable to December 2017 – download from [here]
Summer and Autumn 2017
See … TransWilts CIC page for current and future news of trains, buses and other transport to, from, through and within Wiltshire
The TransWilts Community Rail Partnership (TWCRP) is a group of like-minded organisations seeking to make better use of the TransWilts railway line.The partnership aims to achieve positive, sustainable and imaginative development of the TransWilts railway in ways which also benefit the places it serves, including enhancement of services to meet the current and future travel requirements of those places. It sees the line as an essential link for the local communities and businesses along the route, and as part of the projected strategic north – south rail link through an area experiencing major expansion. The TWCRP liaise with all interested parties to promote the social, economic and environmental prosperity of the local communities.
We are proud that these organisation have provided significant assistance in achieving the recent improvements in train services on the section of line from Swindon to Westbury:
About this site
You’re at our home page! Whether you’re here to find out about train services, to look for ideas for days out, to volunteer to help us, or to support our work for an improved train service, we have a page for you.
The TransWilts Community Rail Partnership is working alongside the Wessex Association of Chambers of Commerce, Wiltshire Council, Network Rail, and First Great Western under the banner “Trans Wilts Rail”.
We have a number of domains set up … at present:
http://www.transwilts.org – The main public information site
The following sites may also be of interest
[link] to Community Rail Officer’s blog / articles on TransWilts topics
[link] Passenger discussion forum – train services and other public transport in the Thames Valley and South West of England
[link] Great Western Railway company site – our current train operating partner.