Build the Third Menai Crossing

Every day 42,300 vehicles use the two bridges over the Menai Strait, linking Anglesey with mainland Wales.

The temporary closure of the Menai Bridge for repairs last year caused traffic chaos and economic pain for people and businesses in North West Wales.

One thing is clear: we desperately need a third Menai crossing.

A new crossing has been talked about for years, but in February, the Welsh Government announced that it was scrapping all major road projects. This is despite their predictions that the number of vehicles using the crossing will continue to increase.

We need the governments in Cardiff and Westminster to work together and commit to building a Third Menai Crossing.

Tell the Government Today: Build the Third Menai Crossing

We're calling on the Welsh Government to drop its ban on new road projects, re-commit to getting a third Menai crossing built, and work directly with the Government in Westminster to secure the funds necessary for the project.

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