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Cardiff successful in winning almost £2 million in Transport funding bids

Cardiff Council has successfully bid for fundingfrom the Welsh Government's Local Transport Fund, for two bus priority schemes (£840,000), a junction improvement scheme (£937,000) and the development of the Enfys cycle route (£125,000)

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Culture and Sport Minister John Griffiths AM urged workers to use National Bike Week as a springboard to start cycling to work as he arrived at the Welsh Government's weekly cabinet meeting by bike

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