Download the weekly street works report (pdf)
View current road works in Newport
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Crindau Pill flood alleviation
From January 2017
This proposed scheme will extend along the banks of the river Usk and Crindau Pill between the M4 motorway and the mainline railway and will improve flood protection for more than 660 properties.
The scheme will improve the local environment with an embankment in Shaftesbury Park, grassed terraces for people to sit and watch matches, new foot and cycle paths and trees and shrubs planted.
Read more on the Natural Resources website.
M4 junction 28 improvements
February 2017: work has started in preparation for the major construction work.
Download the latest M4 junction 28 update (pdf)
Closure of Wharf Road
10pm - 6am, from 27 February 2017 for 6 weeks
Wharf Road will be closed between the junctions of Glebe Street and Phillip Street both eastbound and westbound carriageways on alternate evenings to allow Network Rail to carry out work on the railway bridge.
Westbound suggested diversion: Corporation Road, Clarence Place around the Old Green Interchange back down Clarence Place then on to Chepstow Road.
Eastbound suggested diversion: Chepstow Road, Somerton Road, Nash Road, A48 Southern Distributor Road, Corporation Road.
Admiral City of Newport Half Marathon
Sunday 5 March 2017
View planned road closures for this event.
Wentwood Goshawk Challenge Charity Cycle
Sunday 12 March 2017, 10am - 11.30am
The Old Turnpike Road, Llanvaches Lane and Gilvach Lane will be closed between 10am and 11.30am with signposted diversion in place.
Closure of Stow Hill between School Lane and Commercial St. junctions
11am-5pm from Monday 13 March 2017 for ten days, weekdays only
To enable a crane to be sited for roof works.
As part of essential safety works and wider improvements to the M4, planned overnight maintenance at the Brynglas tunnels will take place from June 2016 until February 2018.
The M4 is scheduled to be closed between junctions 25A and 26 from 8pm to 6am on up to five nights per week.
Visit the Welsh Government website to read more
View the timetable of Brynglas tunnels road closures