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Park & ride may provide relief for Newport

Welsh Government seeks alternatives to M4 Relief Road

Rhodri Clark
09 July 2019
The wide toll plaza for the Prince of Wales Bridge has been demolished, leaving space for a future interchange where motorists could leave the M4 to park at nearby Severn Tunnel Junction station
The wide toll plaza for the Prince of Wales Bridge has been demolished, leaving space for a future interchange where motorists could leave the M4 to park at nearby Severn Tunnel Junction station

 

The Welsh Government’s decision not to proceed with the controversial £1.6bn M4 Relief Road around Newport, on cost and environmental grounds, has moved alternative measures up the agenda, including development of rail-based park & ride. A new commission, chaired by Lord Terry Burns, will assess the alternatives and present recommendations to ministers after six months.

The government was already progressing the South East Wales Metro, but this programme of bus and rail...

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