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Windsor Road Bridge Reopened

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Windsor Road Bridge has now reopened. The bridge which carries the road that connects Adamsdown and Splott, reopened on Saturday 2nd July.

The 1902 bridge was demolished and has been replaced with a new one to cope with electrification of the Mainline between London and Swansea.

Because of extreme weather conditions, including high winds, and other unexpected circumstances, the opening of the bridge was delayed.

However it is now open to motorists, pedestrians and cyclists, with better access as well as better lighting. It has been raised as part of Network Rail's Railway Upgrade Plan to provide the extra headroom for the future electrification of the railway.

Work now progresses on Beresford Road Bridge, which will close to road traffic from July 23rd until Spring 2017.

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