Highway safety funding approved
Flintshire County Council has received notification from Welsh Government that
over £0.5m of its Transport funding bids to improve the safety of the Council
Highway Network in 2016-17, have been approved.
The following schemes have been approved:
Upgrading the A5151 London Road Zebra Crossing in Trelawnyd
Improvements to the Liverpool Rd / Alltami Rd junction, near to the new medical
centre in Buckley
Highway safety improvements on the A5104 Penymynydd
Highway safety improvements in Lloc
The provision of Transport Hubs along the proposed core bus routes in order to
support the Councils proposed Community Transport arrangements, which are
currently being promoted by the Council
Councillor Bernie Attridge, Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for the
Environment welcomed the good news and said: The successful bids follow a
robust and transparent process of scheme identification, which ensures that the
most important schemes in the County are chosen to be put forward for funding.
Each of the schemes will contribute to improving the safety and accessibility
of Flintshires highway network, which remains one the highest priorities for
All of the schemes will be completed by 31 March 2017.
Caption: Councillor Attridge pictured with pupils outside Trelawnyd School
earlier this year.