The new traffic signals were to be commissioned at the Churnworks in Haverfordwest today (Monday, 23rdMarch).
Unfortunately, upon testing, it was discovered that a hardware component needed to be returned to the factory for adjustment.
Consequently the new signals have been switched off and the temporary traffic management regime reinstated.
We apologise for the inconvenience to road users and are working with the manufacturers and consultants to get the component returned to site and the signals commissioned as soon as possible.
Also, the original pedestrian crossing on the Old Bridge Relief Road near the Tots Nursery went out of service yesterday (Sunday, 22nd March).
This was unrelated to the traffic signal problem at the Churnworks This fault has now been rectified and the crossing is now operating.
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