Transport

"Good transport links bring direct benefits to people, families, businesses, the environment, and the overall local economy. From better social opportunities to increased business productivity, a well-maintained mix of modern public transport facilities and safe, uncongested roads are essential to supporting a thriving local economy and minimising our environmental impact."

The following articles and news stories highlight the issues and campaigns I have been working on recently:

 

News

SIMON HART HIGHLIGHTS NEW REDSTONE JUNCTION PLANS

Simon Hart MP is encouraging as many people as possible to have their say on making a dangerous Narberth junction safer.

Redstone Cross, just north of the town, is a notoriously tricky junction with traffic having to negotiate the busy A40.

Redstone Cross Road Improvement Proposals

There is much interest in the new road proposals around Redstone Cross. Ideas have been published creating a new “southern route”, so now is the time to make our feelings heard.

SIMON HART MP LAUNCHES NEW TOWY FERRY

The villages of Llansteffan and Ferryside are directly linked for the first time in 60 years thanks to a new ferry officially launched by Simon Hart MP.

“The Glansteffan” is an eight-seater amphibious vehicle which is running between the two Towy communities five days a week.

TENBY TRAIN STATION GETS DISABLED ACCESS

Simon Hart MP has welcomed the news that Tenby train station is in line for a share of a £300 million grant which will improve disabled access.

Mr Hart has been campaigning for improved step-free access at the busy station and wrote a letter of support for the funding bid.

MP INSPECTS WORK TO GET A484 REOPEN AFTER FIVE MONTH CLOSURE

Simon Hart MP has visited the site of the landslip that has closed the A484 for the past five months.

He was invited to tour the area after organising a public meeting in Cwmduad in January which attracted 80 concerned residents.

RESIDENTS PACK OUT PUBLIC MEETING ABOUT LANDSLIP ROAD CLOSURE

Eighty concerned residents packed out a public meeting to air concerns about an ongoing road closure that is affecting their everyday lives.

The A484 between Cynwyl Elfed and Cwmduad has been closed for three months since a fatal landslip during Storm Callum.