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New preliminary 20mph data published today shows that speeds have reduced by an average of 4mph on main roads since the national rollout of the default 20mph speed limit.
First Minister Mark Drakeford today (Thursday, September 7) visited one of the first areas in Wales to trial the new 20mph limit to learn more about the impact of the “biggest step-change in community safety in a generation.”
The Welsh Government has teamed up with police forces to help educate motorists ahead of the 20mph default speed limit roll out in September.
The list of frequently asked questions relating to the Menai Suspension Bridge has been updated.
The completion of the safety and improvement work on the Aber Tai’r Meibion section of the A55, which includes a new active travel route, has been officially marked by the Minister for North Wales Lesley Griffiths.
Slower driving speeds, increased levels of walking and cycling and minimal impact on journey times are among the key findings of a new report carried out in areas of Wales trialling the new default 20mph speed limit.
Putting the brakes on carbon emissions, steering towards alternative solutions and driving towards net zero by 2050
Deputy Climate Change Minister Lee Waters set the direction for the future of transport in Wales today with a statement that puts climate change at the heart of decision making.
Brand new trains, hydrogen fuelled buses and tripling walking and cycling routes - these are just some of the ways the Welsh Government plans to ‘make the right thing to do, the easy thing to do’ according to Deputy Minister Lee Waters.
Today, 5th January 2023, the programme of works to re-open the Menai Suspension Bridge begin. The programme is scheduled to be complete within 4 weeks, subject to adverse weather conditions.
Overindulged at Christmas? Looking to get fit and healthy in the New Year? Then why not try out one of the many walking and cycling routes on your doorstep?
The list of frequently asked questions relating to the closure of the Menai Suspension Bridge to traffic has been updated.
Deputy Minister for Climate Change Lee Waters will visit the Menai Suspension Bridge today (Wednesday, November 30) where he will unveil a package of support to ease the transport pressures on people travelling to and from Anglesey.