Lee Waters MS congratulates Five Roads pupils on Royal Society grant

LLANELLI’S Member of the Senedd Lee Waters has congratulated pupils at Ysgol Five Roads on being awarded a grant from the Royal Society. The grant will support their project which is investigating the impacts of sustainable transport on air pollution. Joining the pupils over Zoom, Mr Waters, who is Welsh Continue Reading

Welsh Government launches consultation for 20 year transport strategy

The Welsh Government today published its new draft Wales Transport Strategy, which will focus on reducing the sector’s carbon footprint. The strategy – “Llwybr Newydd – New Path” – will shape Wales’ transport system over the next two decades. Announcing the strategy in the Senedd, Lee Waters, the Deputy Economy Continue Reading

Driving lessons to restart in Wales 27 July

THE Welsh Government has confirmed driving lessons will be able to take place in Wales from 27 July. Theory tests will restart on Monday 3 August, along with vocational, motorcycle, car and trailer tests, and tractor driving tests. Driving tests will start from Monday 17 August, as well as the restarting Continue Reading

Council urges motorists to drive carefully as essential road maintenance begins in county

MOTORISTS in Carmarthenshire are being urged to drive carefully as essential road maintenance works are carried out across the county. Preparations works are underway as part of the annual surface dressing programme which starts in July. Information on roads affected, including start and end dates, are available to view online. Visit Continue Reading

First Cymru repays Swansea Council after over-claiming £30.8k

FIRST Cymru has taken action after over-claiming for concessionary bus journeys in Swansea. The over-claiming by the bus operator was approximately £24,200 in 2018-19 and £6,600 in 2019-20 – money it has since repaid to Swansea Council. Councils reimburse bus operators for journeys taken by certain eligible passengers and get Continue Reading

Parents will be emailed regarding schools re-opening transport arrangements

PARENTS who have applied for school transport for their children for the re-opening of schools will receive an email by Friday, June 26. Pupils are being encouraged to safely walk or cycle to school where possible, and if transport is needed, for parents to try to provide it. School transport Continue Reading

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