The Welsh Government is arranging two public information exhibitions which will be held to show how the Welsh Government is looking at options to improve the A483 between Junction 3 and 6.
They will be held at the Catrin Finch Centre, Glyndwr University on Tuesday, June 25 and Thursday, June 27. On June 25 the exhibition will be open between 10am and 6pm and on June 27 from 1pm until 8pm.
The A483 is one of the key connecting routes between North Wales as well as with England and work has already been carried out to outline the issues affecting the corridor and the main contributory factors.
A list of possible solutions is being developed and assessed which shows the corridor between Junction 3 and 6 and associated junctions as key areas for improvement.
The options being developed aim to improve safety, resilience and journey time reliability on the A483, provide better east-west connectivity across the route and reduce incidents and delays.
Cllr David A Bithell Lead Member Environment and Transport said “Improving connectivity is vital for economic growth to Wrexham and supports the councils wider aspiration to improving transport links into North Wales and England. I hope residents take the opportunity to look at the options. The council has been working with Welsh Government and the trunk road agency and we are pleased to see this progressing.”
The scheme also includes supporting public transport and active travel provision to reduce vehicle use which will also improve air quality especially between junction 5 and 6.
Public Exhibition Details
Tuesday, June 25 and Thursday, June 27 at the Catrin Finch Centre on the Glyndwr University Campus.
On June 25 the exhibition will be open between 10am and 6pm and on June 27 from 1pm until 8pm.
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