A new station is surely needed on the Penarth Line at Cogan. It is regrettable that the Cardiff Bay Development Corporation gave permission for Tesco to build a store on land that would have been ideal for a Park & Ride to serve Penarth Marina. (They also permitted the filling in of an underpass from the Barry line Cogan station to the Bay side of the main road. Train passengers who arrive at Cogan (Barry line), must cross the main road by the mini roundabout if they wish to reach the Pont-Y-Werin footbridge over the Ely). Now we have the massive Bay Pointe / Sports Village development taking place just over the Pont-Y-Werin footbridge and just a few minutes walk from Cogan Station (Barry Line). What is clearly needed is a direct walkway from the Cardiff bound platform at Cogan to the footpath leading to the Pont-Y-Werin bridge. This can be done relatively easily by utilising the abandoned underpass under the main road, (which was formally a rail track). Put in a new platform on the Penarth line alongside Tesco's car park and link that with such a footpath from the Barry line to the Pont-Y-Werin bridge and you also have a way in which passengers from say Rhoose, can get to Penarth without having to go via Grangetown. The railway at Cogan is a way of delivering large numbers of people to and from the of the western part of Cardiff Bay. http://www.greenbankpartnerships.com/project/cardiff-pointe/ Furthermore, it is regrettable that the line from Penarth to Sully was closed. Perhaps a new station with Park & ride could be built on the Barry line near the A4231/B4267/A4055 junction to serve Sully & east Barry? (Cadoxton is rather out of the way & has limited parking space).