A PUBLIC consultation is being held to allow feedback on options for improving traffic flow along Llanelli’s Sandy Road.
Carmarthenshire County Council, working with transport engineers at Atkins, is opening a three-week consultation allowing anyone with an interest in the traffic along the A484 to have their say.
The consultation follows several investigations and topographical surveys which has led to some proposals being developed.
Residents in the immediate vicinity of proposed schemes have been invited to a presentation allowing them to speak to the project team before the public consultation opens online on Tuesday May 18.
The consultation seeks to find out how people travel through Sandy Road and how people feel about the improvement proposals.
Feedback will be reported to the council’s Executive Board before any decisions are made.
Cllr Hazel Evans, the council’s Executive Board Member for Environment, said: “We have been looking at options for traffic improvement in this area and I’m pleased we are bringing forward this consultation which will allow us to gather people’s views on the proposals put forward by our transport engineers. I’d encourage anyone who lives in the area or who uses the road to have their say.”
For further information, and to provide feedback, visit www.carmarthenshire.gov.wales/consultations from Tuesday May 18.