Design visualization of Cardiff Arena 2024

Road closures – Cardiff Bay 2024

Over the coming months Transport for Wales, Hemiko and Knights Brown, are carrying out works at Atlantic Wharf, as a result there will be a number of temporary road closures from the 1st of July 2024.

The plan below shows the road closures. The alternative routes will be Lloyd George Avenue, Pierhead Street and Central Link.


Hemingway Road – Heat Network Installation

To allow Hemiko to complete the next section of the Heat Network installation, Hemingway Road will be closed in both directions between the Hemingway Road roundabout and junction with Lloyd George Avenue.  This closure runs from 1st July 2024 until end-August 2024.

For further information please contact Robert Hughes 07872675583

Cardiff Bay Station Upgrade

To allow Transport for Wales to carry out access works at Cardiff Bay station, there will be traffic management in place on Lloyd George Avenue between 1st July 2024 and 14th September 2024. This will temporarily reduce the carriageway from two lanes to one lane outside the station entrance.

For further information please contact the Transport for Wales team on 033 33 211 202 or via Whatsapp on 07790 952507 (0700-2000 on Monday to Friday, and 1100-2000 on Saturday and Sunday).

Schooner Way Works – Deep Surface Water Sewer Diversion

To allow Knights Brown to divert the deep surface water sewer in Schooner Way, the section of Schooner Way south of Schooner Drive to Hemingway Road, including the Schooner Way access to/from Ffordd Garthorne will be closed.  The temporary road closure will be from 2nd July 2024 and will be in place until completion of the works – scheduled for mid-Nov 2024.

For further information please contact or 07790781738

Access to County Hall and the Red Dragon Center will be from the Hemingway Road roundabout.

Please note that stated dates could be subject to change in the event of unforeseen issues or weather conditions. 

Thank you for your patience while these works are completed and we apologise for any inconvenience.

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