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Cardiff Council has issued advice to all schools in the city to open tomorrow, Monday, March 5, wherever possible, following last week’s severe weather.
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Since last Monday Cardiff Council has spread 500 tonnes of grit with 450 tonnes over the past 3 days alone.
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The following plan for waste collections was drawn up over the weekend, as the weather began to improve and the situation for the week ahead became clearer.
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A heroic Cardiff Council employee has pulled out all the stops to come to the rescue of people stranded in the snow.
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The Cardiff area is now out of the Met Office Amber Weather Warning and has moved into yellow. Conditions, however, remain extremely difficult and we are aware of continued cancellations to public transport.
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Winter Maintenance Team Cardiff Council has worked tirelessly to grit the primary routes across Cardiff. Conditions overnight have meant roads are extremely difficult to navigate
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Due to the poor weather conditions, we would encourage people not to go out unless their journey is absolutely essential.
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Cardiff Council has worked tirelessly to grit the primary routes across Cardiff. Conditions this evening have meant roads are extremely difficult to navigate.
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Due to the extreme weather conditions and the unprecedented demand this has placed on the council we will only be able to attend a repair at your council property if we consider it to be a threat to life or limb.
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The following information is in addition to thet earlier update
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Due to the severe weather warning Cardiff Council is recommending that all schools remain closed tomorrow, Friday March 2nd.
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Winter Maintenance Team Primary strategic transport links are being treated this morning. There was a Road Traffic Collision on the A4232 at 9am.
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The Met Office has updated their warnings for Thursday, March 1. The Amber Warning is now the highest risk Amber Warning possible and is in force from 12.00 (midday) Thursday 1st March.
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1) Why is the Cardiff using LED lights for street lights? There are significant benefits to using LED Lights. They are very efficient at converting energy to light. So you get the same quality of light for a fraction of the cost.
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UK Government is being urged to seize a once-in-a-generation opportunity to cut journey times by rail between Cardiff and Bristol to help boost the region’s employment and economic prospects.
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Cardiff Council is urgently appealing to individuals in the city who sleep on the streets to come in and use the wide range of services available.