City needs to be moving forward
THERE'S nothing like jumping into the car at the end of a hard day's work — only to find yourself sat in a seemingly never-ending line of traffic.
Successfully navigating your way through the rush hour is a daily challenge for many. Despite taking note of any website warnings of traffic hotspots, or using the radio bulletins to try and find a quick and easy (and clear) route around it, inevitably the majority end up sat with the car in neutral and a song coming through the speakers to suppress the rising frustration.
So any efforts to relieve this pressure, whatever the cost, is surely welcome news for drivers or those on public transport trying desperately to arrive at B from A.
Improved transport links are good for business too, so there's even more reason for the Swansea economy to support this initiative, as well as the more obvious benefits for our emergency services, for who the peak traffic times present challenges of a life or death nature.
Let's hope this £100,000 investment will solve the problems at key bottlenecks in the city.