Cardiff City Line is a railway line in South Wales from Cardiff to Radyr via the western suburbs of Cardiff. Regular passenger services on this route started in 1987. Passenger trains run from Monday to Saturday - there are no trains on Sundays. The line is also used as a diversionary route for trains to Merthyr, Aberdare and Treherbert when the line between Cardiff Queen Street and Radyr is closed for engineering work. Past workings over the line saw shuttle services over the line to Pontypridd and beyond with one stop at Ninian Park.
The places served by the line are listed below.
Since December 2005 most trains on this route go a loop course round to Coryton and back again to Radyr.
The line is currently operated by Arriva Trains Wales (ATW) as part of the former Valley Lines network. ATW replaced the previous franchise Wales & Borders Trains in December 2003.
City Line (from east to west)