In Februray of this year, North Shropshire MP Helen Morgan launched a petition calling on National Highways to sort out the A483 with common-sense safety improvements.
Following news that the Government has deemed a Llanymynech and Pant bypass ‘not a priority‘ Helen – along with local residents – says that there is still a lot that can be done to make the A483 safer for drivers, visitors and residents.
Helen is calling on National Highways to introduce lower limits between and through villages on the A483, and for urgent action to improve safety at the infamous Llynclys Crossroads. She has launched a petition for residents to sign and back her campaign, putting pressure on the organisation to make changes.
Asked by Pant.Today about progress with the petition, Helen Morgan MP said: “Thank you so much to the over 200 Llanymynech, Llynclys and Pant residents who have signed my petition to sort out the A483.
“The danger posed by the road is a constant for those who live along it, and National Highways need to take local concerns seriously. I’d urge people to keep signing and sharing the petition around, as the more support we get the higher our chance of being heard.”
Residents can sign the petition at https://www.helenmorgan.org.uk/a483.