- Posted by: Mike Hedges MS
- Category: Press Releases
£420,000 has been awarded to Swansea Council by Welsh Government to improve road safety measures around schools and progress Swansea Urban Connections City centre schemes. Of this £110,300 has been allocated to roads and Schools in Swansea East.
Mike Hedges said…. ‘ this is great news for road safety in areas of Swansea East; this investment will give added incentive to walking and cycling to school which will improve children’s health, while reducing the amount of traffic congestion in the vicinity of these schools I look forward to visiting these schemes to see their impacts.
The schemes will accelerate delivery of a range of active travel improvements linked to Welsh Government transport priorities in and support of the landmark Active Travel (Wales) Act 2013.
Full allocation for Swansea East in table below.
|Swansea||Llangyfelach Road to Cwm Level Road||SRIC||
|Construct a plateau at the existing puffin crossing, provision of new puffin crossing, provision of a controlled crossing, 20 mph zone. Pentrehafod Comprehensive School, St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School, Brynhyfryd Primary School, Waun Wen Primary School|