Wrexham Gateway Transport Hub

Published: 15/11/2023

Transport for Wales is looking to transform the area around Wrexham General railway station into a transport hub and members of the public are being invited to share their views. 

Transport for Wales are working alongside Wrexham County Borough Council, Welsh Government, Wrexham University, and wider partners, to bring forward a major regeneration scheme in the area surrounding Wrexham General railway station, referred to as ‘Wrexham Gateway’. The Wrexham Gateway project includes the redevelopment of the Kop stand at the STōK Racecourse, in addition to regeneration possibilities surrounding Wrexham General railway station.

Wrexham Station


A transport hub at Wrexham General railway station is a key part of the wider Wrexham Gateway regeneration proposals. Transport for Wales are working in close collaboration with Wrexham County Borough Council to develop options for the hub that align with the plans for the wider Wrexham Gateway regeneration area.

We are pleased to let you know that that public engagement for the next stage of the scheme is now live and can be accessed by clicking on the link below.


The engagement will run until 19 December 2023.

In addition to the online engagement, there will also be three events where yourselves and the public can find out more about the project. All three events are of a drop-in format where staff from Transport for Wales and their appointed consultants (WSP) will be present.

• Tŷ Pawb (Tŷ Pawb, Market St, Wrexham LL13 8BB) on 14 November, 14:00 – 18:00
• Wrexham University Room B10 (Mold Road, Wrexham, Wales, LL11 2AW) on 15 November, 09:00-14:00.
• Wrexham General Station (Station Approach, Wrexham, LL11 2AA) on 29 November, 09:00 – 19:00.

We would welcome your support in promoting the engagement and the events with your network, as well as your feedback via the online survey or directly by responding to this email.

If you have any questions about the engagement or the project more broadly, please do get in touch with Transport For Wales.