That’s the assurance from Wales’s Transport Minister Edwina Hart.The road safety issue was raised recently by Llangollen county councillor Stuart Davies who said he was angry that the lines had still not been put in place despite being approved by the government.
The Welsh Government agency, the North Wales Trunk Agency, are the ones who are supposed to maintain and look after our trunk roads here in Llangollen.
“They were asked to put double yellows opposite the new Stans supermarket over three years ago.
“They agreed to do this in principle but then said they didn’t have enough funds.
“I got the local Assembly Member, Ken Skates, involved and we thought that the works were to be done this financial year.
“Nothing has happened so far and I’ve now been told that `funding consideration’ only is being done.
“This when we see the Welsh Government spending £20 million on just a study for the M4 and a Labour AM being sacked for questioning it.
“Yet we can’t get a couple of thousand pounds spent here in a bid to safeguard OAPs crossing the A5 to the Post Office.”
Ken Skates AM said he had written to the Minister asking what the situation was.
Now, he has received a reply from Ms Hart which says: “We are arranging for a trunk road order relating to the proposed parking restrictions to be finalised, subject to no objections being received.
“This will allow the works to be included as part of our Llangollen Town Major Maintenance Resurfacing Scheme which is scheduled to be delivered before the end of this financial year.”