TFW


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TFW

An abbreviation for "that feel when" or "that feeling when," used in texting and social media to introduce a commonly experienced feeling or situation (that others will likely identify with). TFW you see your dog after you get home from work.
Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.
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However, TfW has now created a contingency strategy in case of a delay to the infrastructure being transferred.
I'm very excited for TfW to be involved, as part of our commitment to promoting a strong culture of diversity and inclusivity in everything we do.
Most tweets do get a reply from one of the TfW staff and most are a variation of the standard corporate message: more trains are planned in the future.
The Smartcard provides extra security as it can be cancelled or blocked at any time through the TFW Rail Services website or app and will not de-magnetise if accidentally placed next to a smartphone.
"I'm pleased to welcome the 120 new members of the team to Transport for Wales and to thank everyone at TfW for their continued commitment to customers as we continue on this important journey of transformation." When TfW took over the franchise in 2018, the organisation published a timeline of changes.
"I'm pleased to welcome the 120 new members of the team and to thank everyone at TfW for their continued commitment to customers as we continue on this important journey of transformation."
From January 6 to February 3, TfW scored 95.06% under the Public Performance Measure (PPM), the rail industry's standard measure of reliability.
TRANSPORT for Wales (TfW) has cancelled a key commuter train from Chepstow to Cardiff three times since the Welsh Government scrapped the M4 Relief Road scheme and promised better alternatives to the congested Brynglas Tunnels last week.
THE Welsh Government has scaled back its ambitions for Transport for Wales following major disruption to passengers under new train operator TfW Rail Services.
However, some TfW passengers remain dissatisfied, particularly on north Wales lines where services will be cut for a second time to release extra trains for Six Nations rugby fans.
TFW response: "While it is encouraging to have seen ongoing improvements in availability of trains and services being reintroduced, our reliability challenges are ongoing, and the number of trains can fluctuate on a daily basis."
<B From November 11 to December 8, 4.5% of TfW Rail Services trains were either cancelled or more than 30 minutes late, compared with 3.7% in the same period a year earlier