Princess Way to be Finished by the SpringThe £2.4 million Swansea Council scheme- which will improve walking links between the city centre and the waterfront- should be ready at the end of March.
The project has seen two traffic lanes removed along most of the route and an improved pedestrian space incorporated.
It is hoped a tree-lined boulevard including light and artwork will create a more welcoming and enlivened environment.
A beacon feature made up of five stainless steel structures depicting a theme of navigation will be shortly installed at the lower end of the City Link to offer a visual connection from the
Their height will vary from four to eight metres and will introduce a
Further artwork will follow at the upper end at the junction with Castle Square.
A three metre high stainless steel curvilinear screen will be illuminated there to provide another beacon of light along the route.
David Mackie, Andrew Rowe and Heather Parnell of DAR design are behind the artwork and have sought to emphasise the paving and features as part of their work.
Low-energy LED lighting technology is being used within seating.
The long-life and robust approach is aimed at minimising costs and reflecting sustainability principles in the design.
Councillor Chris Holley is the leader of Swansea City Council.
He said: "Princess Way will form a vital link between the city and the
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