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The aim is to create a new section of rail's south Wales Metro project. Plans to revive a disused railway line between Cardiff and Llantrisant as a next phase of the South Wales Metro project have been revealed. The 12-mile long section of track, running from the north-west of the capital to Llantrisant, has also been identified as a key project in a £1bn vision for a new integrated public transport network across Cardiff.

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  • Plans to bring back disused railway between Cardiff and LlantrisantThe aim is to create a new section of rail's south Wales Metro project. Plans to revive a disused railway line between Cardiff and Llantrisant as a next phase of the South Wales Metro project have been revealed. The 12-mile long section of track, running from the north-west of the capital to Llantrisant, has also been identified as a key project in a £1bn vision for a new integrated public transport network across Cardiff.

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