Improvement works scheduled for Rhyl road
Major improvement works will take place on a Rhyl road.
Denbighshire County Council will carry out work on the A525 Vale Road/Marsh Road junction as well as associated works on Vale Road Bridge.
It will include resurfacing the carriageway and renewing the existing traffic lights as well as improvements to the footway and the renewal of kerbing and street furniture.
Cllr Brian Jones, lead member for Highways, Planning and Sustainable Travel, said: “This is part of the continued investment the Council is making to improve the county’s roads to ensure Denbighshire is well connected.
“The existing traffic light equipment needs to be replaced to ensure traffic lights continue to work reliably in the future.
“The new traffic lights will use LED lamps which use less electrical energy and require less maintenance compared to the current system.”
As part of initial survey work a road closure will be in place on Vale Road Bridge on November 6 and 7 between 7pm and 6am with a closure also in place on Marsh Road on November 7 between 7pm and 6am, with signed diversions in place.
Temporary traffic signals will be in place on Marsh Road on November 8.
The main construction is scheduled to start in early March and last for four weeks and will take place between the hours of 7pm and 6am.
Funding for the work is part of the Welsh Government Highways Refurbishment Fund of which Denbighshire was awarded a £1.2m share, a portion of which is being used for this project.
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