Resurfacing causes delays near Cwmbran Morrisons

Resurfacing causes delays near Cwmbran Morrisons

Resurfacing causes delays near Cwmbran Morrisons

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LONG traffic queues are reported in Cwmbran due to resurfacing work near a superstore.

The delays are on Glyndwr Road near the Morrisons superstore between Caradoc Road and Tudor Road.

There is congestion on St David's Road to Edlogan Way / Grange Road / Caradoc Road.

St David's road is closed for resurfacing work.

Glyndwr Road is a one way street, heading past the town centre parking and bus terminals.

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8:06pm Fri 7 Mar 14

mvaone says...

Some bright spark had a good idea there,cause chaos on a busy day well done that person
Some bright spark had a good idea there,cause chaos on a busy day well done that person mvaone
  • Score: 4

12:26am Sat 8 Mar 14

Aquarius says...

Well, its never a good time on that particular stretch of road, to be fair - not even on a Sunday is it especially 'quiet' these days.

You'd think perhaps they might have considered a night closure but I guess that was too expensive for them.

Anyway, probably the same people that thought all those sets of traffic lights near to the roundabout by Morrison's was a good idea.....!
Well, its never a good time on that particular stretch of road, to be fair - not even on a Sunday is it especially 'quiet' these days. You'd think perhaps they might have considered a night closure but I guess that was too expensive for them. Anyway, probably the same people that thought all those sets of traffic lights near to the roundabout by Morrison's was a good idea.....! Aquarius
  • Score: 5

10:53pm Sat 8 Mar 14

bugsy93 says...

Are these planners deliberately planning these jobs to cause maximum chaos? They couldn't have chosen a worst time during the week to close this busy stretch of road. Probably got degrees in anything except common sense.This appears to be the trend with this generation of so called engineers.
Are these planners deliberately planning these jobs to cause maximum chaos? They couldn't have chosen a worst time during the week to close this busy stretch of road. Probably got degrees in anything except common sense.This appears to be the trend with this generation of so called engineers. bugsy93
  • Score: -1

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