The case for a third bridge linking Anglesey with the north Wales mainland has been weakened by the suspension of plans for a new nuclear power station, admits the Welsh economy minister. But Ken Skates said he remained optimistic for proposals to deliver a new crossing “as planned”. The £13bn Wylfa Newydd nuclear plant plans were put on hold by Japanese firm Hitachi in January. Traffic on the two current bridges faces daily delays at peak times.
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