Today the council have confirmed that Stansty bridge will become open to two way traffic again – which is not something new to Wrexham.com readers as we exclusively revealed it yesterday.
The Council issued a statement this afternoon saying:
Stansty Road will open to two way traffic from Saturday 27th October following the removal of the temporary footway on the 25 and 26 October.
The road will be closed on these two days to allow for the temporary extension to the footway to be removed and for planned bridge maintenance to take place. This is slightly earlier than originally planned to allow repairs to a partially collapsed sewer on Rhosddu Road. Due to the location and nature of the sewer repair works, Rhosddu Road will be closed from the 29th October for a maximum period of 5 days.
Signed diversion routes will be in place along Ty Gwyn Lane and Chester Road. As promised, from Monday 22nd an online consultation will be launched on the Council’s website for people to provide feedback on the improved pedestrian facilities and one way system.
This consultation will run for a period of three weeks and the Council is encouraging everyone who has experienced the impacts of the trial to take part, whether they be negative or positive experiences.