Trinity Street to trial one way system
Published 3 February 2015
Responding to concerns raised by residents of Trinity Street regarding the speed and volume of traffic, the Vale of Glamorgan Council and local ward members have proposed a trial one way traffic scheme that will run for six months.
Trinity Street - Photograph by Christopher Ware
The proposal will make Trinity Street one way south to north from the junction with Porthkerry Road and Montgomery Road to the junction with Jenner Road, and then one way north to south from the junction with Porthkerry Road and Montgomery Road towards the junction with Broad Street.
The works to implement the trial scheme are due to commence on 9 March and are due to be completed within 2 to 3 weeks, with the one way system in operation from 1 April 2015.
Operational Manager for Highways and Engineering, Michael Clogg said: “During the trial we will closely monitor the scheme and invite residents to provide us with their comments and feedback regarding the trial scheme.
“The decision to permanently implement the scheme will only be made after full consideration of the feedback received by the Council.”
Residents can provide comments and feedback on the scheme at any time during the trial period commencing 1 April 2015. Please mark all comments with Trinity Street and ensure your full name and postal address is included as anonymous replies will not be considered.
Written comments can be sent to the following address:
Trinity Street Feedback,
Vale of Glamorgan Council,
Feedback can also be given by calling C1V on 01446 700111, and emails can be sent to email@example.com.
The feedback period closes on 30 September 2015.
Photograph Credit: Christopher Ware