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Council seeks solution for cycle safety across railway

ROAD SAFETY

Rhodri Clark
12 May 2017

 

Gwynedd Council has gone back to the drawing board in its quest for a safer way to accommodate cyclists and steam trains on a section of road. 

The narrow-gauge Welsh Highland Railway (WHR) runs on rails set into the carriageway surface on the Britannia Bridge in Porthmadog. The track runs parallel to the kerb in the westbound traffic lane before crossing the eastbound lane. The entire section of road is treated as an elongated level crossing, with signals halting road vehicles at each end...

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