This consultation ended 3 November 2023
The purpose of this consultation is to seek your views on the proposed Holyhead and Trearddur Bay active travel scheme.
The proposed scheme will aim to provide an active travel link, as part of the North Wales Metro between Holyhead and the square in Trearddur Bay.
The proposed plans for the first phase run from Holyhead Retail Park (Tesco roundabout) connecting to Trearddur Bay. In addition, there will be further links to key facilities along the route, including Holyhead Leisure Centre, Parc Cybi, and Trearddur Bay Square.
The proposed scheme would make the area easier, safer, and more convenient to get around by foot, or by bike.
Have your say
There is an opportunity for you to share your thoughts and join us at our in-person consultation.
Holyhead Leisure Centre LL65 2UE
18 October 2023 between 3:30pm and 7pm.
Online feedback form
The closing date for this form is 3 November.
See the plans as PDF downloads.
This plan shows the overall extent of the routes identified for proposed active travel improvements between Holyhead and Trearddur Bay.
The proposed improvements for the route from Holyhead Leisure Centre towards Trearddur Bay along the B4545 (green route on plan) includes minor improvements such as inserting dropped kerbs and uncontrolled crossing points where necessary to ensure the route is accessible to all.
Proposed active travel improvements along this section of route include a shared use path (SUP) on both sides of the A5153 from Tesco roundabout to Holyhead Retail Park.
Proposed active travel improvements along this section of route includes a SUP on both sides of the A5153 up until the A55 J2.
The SUP is proposed to continue along the northern side of the A5153, crossing the slip roads and tying into the existing segregated path.
A new SUP is proposed from the end of the existing segregated path, across Kingsland Road and into the access to Holyhead Leisure Centre.
Proposed improvements along this section of the route which incorporates on-street cycling, include minor improvements to the existing carriageway through completing general maintenance, vegetation clearance, and filling in of potholes.
Proposed improvements along this section of route is to undertake minor improvements including general maintenance, vegetation clearance, and infilling of potholes.
The on-street cycling continues to the end of Lôn Towyn Capel, from where a SUP is proposed to bring cyclists into Trearddur Bay and towards the beach.
A SUP is proposed from the B4545 and Lôn Towyn Capel Junction continuing towards the square at Trearddur Bay.
Further improvements are proposesd, such as including a new controlled crossing located at the Lôn Isallt / B4545 junction to improve pedestrian and cyclist safety.
What happens after the consultation
We will consider all comments received following the public consultation.
Subsequently, your responses will be used to inform and influence the final design of the proposed Holyhead and Trearddur Bay scheme before progressing to the construction phase.
Telephone: 01248 752 300