The Welsh Government has allocated £74,500 for a ‘Transport Hub‘ at Parc Bryn Cegin, Bangor, as part of road improvement and travel projects across North Wales.
The plans for the new ‘Park and Ride’ Car Park were submitted by Gwynedd Council and approved in September 2018.
The car park will comprise of 187 parking spaces including 11 with electric car charging facilities, 10 motorcycle parking spaces and 12 disabled car parking spaces and street lighting. A single bus stop will be utilised for a shuttle bus transporting the shift workers to and from the proposed new Nuclear Power Plant at Wylfa on Anglesey.
Road improvement and other travel projects in North Wales will benefit from a share of £78million of funding from the Welsh Government’s Local Transport Fund over the next three years.
Other Projects Include:
Conwy: Llandudno Congestion Improvement £105,600
Gwynedd: Lon Las Peris – Llanberis to Caernarfon (Phase 2) £340,000
Gwynedd: Sustainable Bus Partnership £45,000
Gwynedd: Cibyn Transport Hub, Caernarfon £42,000
Gwynedd: Llanbedr Access Road £1,374,000
Anglesey: Holyhead Gateway Hub £306,000
Anglesey: Preparation for new infrastructure at Holyhead Port £298,000
Anglesey: Gaerwen Park & Share £59,000
The car park will be utilised by a shuttle bus transporting workers to from the proposed new Nuclear Power Plant at Wylfa on Anglesey.