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Pothole problems on Fabian Way set to be fixed

Pothole repairs and drain cleaning are set to be carried out along Swansea's Fabian Way in a bid to tackle requests by motorists.

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Swansea Council is aiming to tackle a series of on-going issues along the busy route by closing one lane each day during the week.

The work includes repairing potholes, clearing drains of blockages and also sweeping the road to remove litter and other debris.

The council says the work will be carried out off-peak between 9.30am and 3pm in a bid to minimise disruption for motorists.

Works start on Tuesday January 24 and will take place throughout the rest of the week until Friday January 27.

Cllr David Hopkins, Cabinet Member for Environment and Transportation, said: "Fabian Way is one of our busiest routes and this makes it difficult to carry out all the work we need to in a short space of time.

"Closing one lane each day means we can send in our teams and do all the work we need to do and get the road fully re-opened by the end of the week.

"Motorists have been in touch with us for some time about a number of potholes on Fabian Way that have been getting worse, so we need to get in there and make more permanent repairs.

"We are mindful of the busy nature of the road, which is why we are carrying out the work off-peak."

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