£16M Llandysul bypass will help open-up Ceredigion to access from South Wales and boost the local economy.
Ceredigion County Council principal engineer Alun Davies explains: "We are a remote county in west Wales. Types of industry available are limited by communications. This road [the A486] is the vital link to the M4 corridor and is the latest phase of a scheme to make Ceredigion better connected." "The scheme is essential to promote the economic prosperity of Ceredigion."
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