A busy road in Llanelli will be closed for two days, causing major disruptions. This will affect Trostre Road from its junction with the B4304 (New Dock Mini Roundabout) for 190m in a northwesterly direction.

It is observed that the overlap is necessary to guarantee the safety of citizens during the execution of pavement recovery works. Starts on Monday, February 6th. An alternative route for northwest traffic will be to take the B4304 northeast to its junction with the Trostre roundabout.

At the roundabout, drivers should take the 1st exit and continue on the A484 North West to the intersection with Swansea Castle Roundabout. At the roundabout, take the third exit and continue on C2507 (Terraza Frondeg) in a south-east direction until the intersection with Carretera Penallt. At the intersection, turn right and continue along Penallt Road and Heol Elli in a southwesterly direction to return to a point northwest of the overlap. For movement in the southeast direction, the opposite is true.

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An alternative route for westbound traffic will follow the B4304 northeast to its junction with the Trostre roundabout. At the roundabout, drivers should take the 1st exit and continue on the A484 north-west to the junction with Swansea Castle roundabout. At the roundabout, take the third exit and continue on C2507 (Terraza Frondeg) in a south-east direction until the intersection with Carretera Penallt.

At the intersection, turn right and continue along Penallt Road and Heol Elli in a southwesterly direction to the intersection with Walter’s Road. At the intersection, turn right and continue along Walter’s Road west to the intersection with the King George Avenue roundabout. At the roundabout, take the 1st exit and continue along Queen Mary’s Walk south to the Firth Square roundabout junction. Then, at the next roundabout, take the 1st exit and continue along Firth Road in a south-east direction to return to a point west of the overpass.

Source: Wales Online