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Vale of Glamorgan Council seeks views on a possible new M4 to A48 link road route

 

The Vale of Glamorgan Council is asking people which, if any, route for a new road connecting the M4 Junction 34 with the A48 they prefer.

Images of the two proposed routes, and two alternative upgrade schemes to the existing roads, can be viewed on the Council website, where the public can have their say on which if any they would opt for.

This consultation process will be open from September 30 to December 23, after which point the Council will analyse the responses and decide the best way forward.

Cllr Peter King, Vale of Glamorgan Council Cabinet Member for Neighbourhood Services and Transport said: “The Council has taken no view to date on the possible options for a new road at this location.
“The possible options are at a concept design stage only.  Before any decisions are taken on whether to progress a new road to the next stage of the transport assessment process, we are first seeking the views of the public. 

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“All interested parties are invited to share their thoughts by visiting the Council website. These will be fully considered before a decision is taken on what happens next. I would encourage everyone to consider the options carefully and feedback to us by December 23 with their views.

A dedicated webpage  has been set up with all the information needed to complete the feedback form, with an email address for anyone with queries to contact Council officers. 

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