WORK is to start on a new zebra crossing and shared-use path for pedestrians and cyclists on the A470 in Glan Conwy.

The work, which involves the pavement being widened to make a shared-use path from the railway station road to Pendraw’r Llan, will begin on Monday, June 15 and will take more than four weeks.

A spokesperson from Conwy County Borough Council said: "The Welsh Government, working with the North and Mid-Wales Trunk Road Agent and Conwy County Borough Council, has prioritised building a new zebra crossing on the A470 in Glan Conwy.

"These improvements will provide a safer, easier and more accessible route for pedestrians and cyclists from Glan Conwy village to the northbound bus stop and leisure facilities at Cae Ffwt."

Depending on the weather, work is expected to be completed by Friday, July 17.

There will be temporary traffic lights during off-peak hours.

Parking may also be restricted at times.

The northbound bus stop will be closed. Passengers are advised to use the temporary bus stop near Benarth Court.