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By Road

The County Borough is well connected to other parts of the UK via the M4 Motorway, giving direct access to London and the South east of England. The A465 Heads of the Valleys route provides an efficient link to the Midlands and the North via the M50, M5 and M6.

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Approximate Travel Times by Road
Distance
(Miles)
Distance
(Kilometres)
Time Taken
Birmingham143 230 2hrs 40mins
Bristol81 130 1hr 30mins
Cardiff42 66 50mins
London189 304 3hrs 30mins
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By Rail

Neath Port Talbot is also on the national rail network and is served by an hourly service to and from London-Paddington allowing access to regular connections to other parts of Britain and continental Europe.

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By Air

Cardiff International Airport is the UK’s second fastest growing regional airport and a major provider of services to a wide range of worldwide locations, only a 40 minute drive away.

In addition, Swansea Airport is situated just 30 minutes from junction 42 of the M4 and operates 3 daily return flights to London City Airport, as well as services to Amsterdam, Brussels, Cork, Dublin, Plymouth and Newcastle.

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By Sea

Port Talbot Docks and Tidal Harbour has the deepest berthing facilities within the Severn Estuary and is able to accommodate vessels of up to 180,000 dwt. While the harbour is utilised primarily by Corus for importing large quantities of iron ore and other raw materials, additional capacity exists for the future expansion of its cargo-handling capabilities. The inner dock area also has general cargo berths for a variety of traffics including processed slag and timber and can also accommodate heavy lift ro-ro cargoes. Significant potential exists to develop other traffics.

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