Welsh Gov partners call for focus on delivering infrastructure that works for communities

Responding to the Labour Government’s u-turn on the controversial 20mph policy, Plaid Cymru spokesperson for transport, Delyth Jewell MS said:


“From roads to public transport – the Labour Government must focus on delivering infrastructure that works for our communities.

“Over six months have passed since Plaid Cymru tabled a Senedd amendment, and won the vote, gaining a commitment from the Welsh Government to review the effect of new limits and to empower local authorities to make further exemptions.


“Plaid Cymru fully backs the principle of widespread 20mph zones to make our roads safer and save lives – but no one can deny that there have been widespread problems with its implementation from day one.


“The Labour Government need to put this right by using the powers passed in Plaid Cymru’s amendment, and work with local authorities and communities to get this policy right once and for all.”

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