Sort out the A483

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Helen Morgan MP is calling on Highways England to sort out the A483 with common-sense safety improvements. Many residents in Llanymynech, Pant, Llynclys and beyond are tired of living on a dangerous, fast road without proper crossings and often poor footpaths.

Although the Government has refused to commit to the Llanymynech bypass, there is still a lot that can be done to make the A483 safer for drivers and residents alike.

Helen is calling on Highways England to:

  • Introduce lower limits between and through villages on the A483
  • Take urgent action to improve safety at the infamous Llynclys Crossroads
  • Install a new pedestrian crossing in Pant and improve footpaths wherever possible

Action must be taken before someone is killed - not after.

Sign our petition below to back the campaign.


Petition to sort out the A483

We call upon the Transport Secretary to introduce lower speed limits between and through villages on the A483, and for urgent action to improve safety at the infamous Llynclys Crossroads.

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