MIKE HEDGES A.M. WELCOMES NEWS THAT SWANSEA HAS BEEN AWARDED OVER £1 MILLION FOR ROAD SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS FROM WELSH GOVERNMENT.

  • MIKE HEDGES A.M. WELCOMES NEWS THAT SWANSEA HAS BEEN AWARDED OVER £1 MILLION FOR ROAD SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS FROM WELSH GOVERNMENT.

    Mike Hedges AM said…. ‘This is great news for the city as a whole and for parts of my constituency of Swansea East; residents in Blaenymaes will be delighted with the award of £390 000 for road safety improvements in the area. The package of a whole shows the commitment of the Welsh Government to supporting the City Councils ambitious plans for Swansea. Improved transport links across the city will be vital to developing the economy of the City and the City Region.’

    Local Transport Plan Funding – Swansea
    Safe Routes in Communities Partial funding for Phase 2 of the Gower scheme including new footway/cycle links, pedestrian crossing, speed reduction and traffic calming measures. £364,800

    Road Safety Capital Grant City Wide Speed Camera & Speed on Green Camera upgrades – second phase of scheme will include the replacement of existing wet film cameras with digital cameras at a number of locations. £449,000

    Area Improvement Works – Portmead & Blaenymaes – provision of 20mph zone, pedestrian crossings and islands, junction redesign and street lighting. £390,900

    Road Safety Revenue Grant Road Safety Education and Training £128,694

    South Wales Metro £700 000

    Local Transport Fund South West Wales Metro Baldwin’s Bridge Interchange Active Travel Scheme Development £100 000

    Active Travel Scheme £356 000

    Local Transport Network Fund Strategic Bus Corridor Improvements £700 000


    April 23rd, 2018 | Mike Hedges AM | No Comments |

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