Major Funding for Highways and Transportation
Our Transport Team are committed to making traveling around Pembrokeshire as accessible, safe and easy for all users to really benefit from what our beautiful County has to offer. Whether travel consists of commuting to work, shopping, tourism, or visiting friends and family we want to provide a good quality transport network that works for everyone. This is why your feedback is important to us so that we can plan and deliver in a sustainable way.
How are major transport schemes funded?
Pembrokeshire County Council is responsible for a number of transport improvement schemes across the County. Funding is allocated from the Welsh Assembly to help meet the transport objectives set out and to satisfy locally identified priorities, this could include road and footway maintenance schemes and transport and environmental improvements.
All major transport projects have to go through the WelTAG (Welsh Transport Assessment Guidance) process where options are discussed and assessed based on their scope, benefit, costings and time. Following this, a business case is put together and submitted to Welsh Government which weighs up all the aspects of the proposal ensuring that the costs are in line with the benefits of the project. Each project typically requires a 10% investment from Pembrokeshire Council in match funding; in some rare cases, the entire project can be funded by Welsh Government.
How can I find out more?
Our on-going schemes are published below:
Milford Haven PTI
Pembroke Dock PTI
ULEV Phase 6 & Parc Y Shwt
Saundersfoot Active Travel Schemes
Milford Haven –Steynton to Studdolph Shared Use Path
Tenby – The Croft to Tenby Rail Station
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Tel: 01437 764551