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Cardiff street to become one-way from next month


To ensure that a multi-million pound transport and regeneration scheme in Tudor Street can be completed on-time and on-budget, the street will be made one-way for 11 months to ensure that vital street works can take place.

The council’s contractor – Knights Brown – is already on-site and has visited shops and businesses on and around Tudor Street to tell them about the temporary arrangements to ensure that excavation works take place on-street to deliver the improvements.

Credit: Cardiff Council

The new scheme will see new wider pavements for pedestrians, a new two-way segregated cycle lane; sustainable drainage (SuDS) with rain gardens; a new pedestrian crossing; new LED street lights and on-street parking for customers to use.

The improvements to the street scene on Tudor Street is part of a wider regeneration scheme which includes a shop front improvement project which is now entering its third phase and both of these projects are an investment of approximately £5m in the area, which is funded by both the council and Welsh Government.