Roadworks at Bethesda Street
- Categories : Press Release
- 14 Jun 2022
There will be one overnight road closure and temporary traffic lights installed for three days this week to allow the Council to complete road improvements in the Bethesda Street area.
The Council has turned a section of Bethesda Street into a shared route for pedestrians and as part of its Welsh Government-funded Active Travel programme.
Contractor Griffiths, which has been carrying out improvements on the Council’s behalf, returned on Monday (13 June) for around five days to finalise work to the traffic lights at both ends of Bethesda Street.
- temporary four-way traffic lights being installed on Cyfarthfa Road from Monday until Wednesday 15 June.
- one overnight road closure from the Avenue De Clichy/Quarry Row traffic lights leading up to, but not including, the Chapel Banks junction between 6pm Tuesday 14 June and 6am Wednesday 15.
There may be some disruption to road users, and we would residents to take the work into consideration if planning any journeys. Please be assured that vehicular access to and from Chapel Banks will be maintained during the road closure via a diversion route
Pedestrian and emergency vehicular access will also be maintained at all times. These hours are subject to change and all work is weather dependant. Please note, you may experience some noise disturbance.
If you have any questions or concerns in relation to the work, or would like a copy of the diversion route, please contact the scheme’s Public Liaison Officer Georgie Davies, call 0330 0412 183, or email firstname.lastname@example.org; or email email@example.com
We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your patience and cooperation and apologise for any inconvenience caused.