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Next stage of works to clear Cwmduad landslide

Posted By Robert Lloyd

Phase two of the works to stabilise a landslide in Cwmduad has begun following recovery of a lorry from the river below.

Carmarthenshire County Council is leading the operation to clear the site and re-open the A484 for traffic travelling between

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A485 road safety engagement events

Posted By Robert Lloyd

A series of engagement events are being held to discuss road safety priorities along the A485, which connects Carmarthen to Llanybydder and Cwmman in the north of Carmarthenshire.

Carmarthenshire County Council’s Road Safety Team are leading the events, in partnership with

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More road improvements planned for Ammanford town centre

Posted By Robert Lloyd

A road improvement scheme will soon be introduced to benefit drivers and pedestrians in Ammanford town centre.

An additional lane for traffic turning right onto College Street from Margaret Street is among the changes set to be put in place.

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Gritting lorry experience makes teenager’s wish come true

Posted By Robert Lloyd

Carmarthenshire County Council’s highways team have made a Carmarthen teenager’s wish come true, giving her a chance to ride in one of its gritting lorries.

Fifteen-year-old Ashleigh Harrison, of Johnstown, loves to see the gritting crews pass her front room window

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Complex operation to reopen Cwmduad road after landslide

Posted By Robert Lloyd

Carmarthenshire County Council is continuing to lead the complex operation to clear the site of a landslide in Carmarthenshire and re-open the A484.

A small section of the A484 at Cwmduad, a rural road between Carmarthen and Newcastle Emlyn, has been

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Pembrey’s controversial double yellow lines – some to be removed

Posted By Robert Lloyd

Some of the double yellow lines put down on roads leading to car parks near Pembrey Country Park and Cefn Sidan beach are to be removed.
The lines were painted as part of an experimental order to minimise parking obstructions and damage to verges

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