Research to cut A55 delays and accidents is announced


Research on cutting congestion and reducing the number of accidents on the north Wales expressway has been announced by the transport secretary.

Ken Skates said the A55 study would consider all aspects of the road and complement existing improvement plans.

He said more than 70,000 cars use sections of the road at peak times and the first stage of the research was intended to be done by late summer.

The A55 runs from Holyhead on Anglesey to the start of the M53 near Chester.

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