Proposed measures to ease traffic congestion on Dyserth High Street will go on public display next week.
The proposals have been drafted in response to the recent decision by Arriva wales to remove Dyserth High Street from its regular bus services. This decision was the result of difficulties that they had been experiencing with congestion in the High Street which caused delays to the service.
Following discussions with Arriva, the Council have investigated the possibility of amending the existing parking arrangements on the High Street to ease congestion and improve traffic flow. Arriva have confirmed that the proposals to be displayed, if implemented, will enable them to reinstate the bus service to the High Street.
The information session will take place at Patterson Hall, Dyserth on Monday, June 12 between 2pm and 8pm. Representatives from the Council will be on hand to discuss any aspect of the proposals and a form will also be available for those attending the session, to record feedback and comments. The feedback will be used by the Council to identify any appropriate changes to the parking arrangements.
People that are unable to attend but wish to comment can do so, in writing, to the Head of Planning and Public Protection, Denbighshire County Council, PO Box 62, Ruthin, LL15 9AZ, marking their envelope ‘Dyserth High Street Congestion Issue’.
The closing date is June 26.
If you are unable to attend the session and would like to make arrangements to view the proposals at the Council’s Offices in Denbigh, then please contact Neill Hughes on 01824 706767 or by email email@example.com in order to make an appointment.
Posted on Thursday 8th June 2017