Cardiff Bay Station

Gain access to the exceptional Bay of the Welsh Capital by advertising at Cardiff Bay railway station with Transport Media, the rail advertising specialists.

The Bay is the area created by the Cardiff Barrage in South Cardiff. The regeneration of it is now widely regarded as one of the most successful regeneration projects in the United Kingdom. The Bay is supplied by two rivers (Taff and Ely) to form a freshwater lake round the former dockland area south of the city centre. Your advert could be exposed in a central Railway across an annual station passenger journeys over 790 thousands, allowing your brand to become synonymous with the growth of the Bay area.

Rail advertising can catapult your brand through a nationwide audience, accessing both local commuters and passengers entering Cardiff Bay for business or tourism. As a magnificent area extremely close to the capital city, Cardiff Bay receives a numerous visitors arriving by train.

Since the creation of Cardiff Bay Development Corporation project and the Cardiff Bay Barrage the area lives a constant progress and expansion, hosting new business, cultural and leisure schemes such as the Welsh Millennium Centre, home of the Welsh National Opera, Roald Dahl Pass, a large open amphitheatre style plaza attracting constantly new visitors, water- based attractions as the Cardiff Sailing centre, Cardiff Bay Wetland Reserve, Cardiff Yatch Club and the Rowing Club, Cardiff Waterbus to name few of them.

Located in the Southern side of the Welsh capital, Cardiff Bay trains are managed by Arriva Trains Wales running services to Cardiff Queen St. Station having different links nationally to Aberdare, Merthyr Tydfil, Treherbert, Rhymney and Bargoed as well as Coryton in the east of Cardiff, Cardiff Central, Penarth, Radyr via City Line, Barry Island and Bridgend via Rhoose Cardiff International Airport.

Advertising formats at Cardiff Bay station include 4 sheets and train car panels.

Transport Media offers rail advertising across all stations in the UK.