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Road management / Maintenance, Wales

Welsh councils may be forced to close roads

ROADS in Wales may have to close because councils cannot afford to guarantee safety for drivers and cyclists, a leading highways official has warned.

Unitary authorities were struggling with a repairs backlog on local roads even before the current squeeze on council spending.

And there are fears the Welsh Assembly Government will next year pull the plug on grants, totalling £15m per annum, for improving road surfaces...

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