A greatly overdue new £68 million, five mile stretch of the A477 leading to Pembrokeshire opens today in time for Easter; finally bypassing Llanddowror and Red Roses. This narrow and winding section of the road has, for many years, been a terrible bottle neck and accident blackspot.
Walking and cycling routes have also been incorporated as part of the project.
It is the latest section of the A477 to be upgraded since the early 1980s as a major route not only for tourists and passengers for the Irish ferry but also for military vehicles, industrial equipment and abnormal loads.
Motorists have been promised quicker journey times and fewer delays or closures due to accidents, flooding, fallen trees and maintenance.
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