* Castle Street is at the heart of the 2020 proposals.
The county councillor heading the group looking at streamlining traffic flow and parking in Llangollen has given a fresh update on its progress.
The 2020 Project aims to develop options for a safer and more pedestrian-friendly town centre and produce options to ease the chronic parking situation.
Many of the proposals worked up with the help of consultants to achieve these goals were published in a feasibility study document last February.
However, Llangollen county councillor Graham Timms, who chairs 2020, says the plan still requires one major aspect to be covered before being finalised.
He said: “Details of parking proposals still need to be looked at and we will be getting further information about where, when and why people park in the town.
“We have to look at the needs of all the different groups involved and strike the correct balance between residents, tourists and people who work in town.
“We might also have to look at changing the current parking regulations in a number of areas.
“Around the autumn there will be further consultation of the parking issue before the plan is finalised.
“We hope to have a working plan on parking by the end of the year and for the whole project by next April.”
Accroding to Cllr Timms, the latest estimate of the overall cost of 2020 is between £2-3 million and he said various avenues of funding the finished project were still being explored, including the Welsh Givernment, Denbighshire County Council and Visit Wales.