Cardiff Council, along with Cardiff police, recently performed a successful operation to tackle irresponsible cyclists cycling along Queen Street this week.
Two Fixed Penalty Notices were issued to cyclists riding along Queen Street.
One stolen OVO Bike was recovered and returned to the hiring company.
Three Section 59’s were issued for the use of electric scooters.
The City Centre Warden team supported South Wales Police Cardiff City Centre NPT with their powers to inform and enforce against irresponsible cyclists cycling on Queen Street.
Cardiff Council shared an update on the official Facebook page and urged citizens that if they plan to visit by bike, They should remember that cycling is not allowed on Queen Street. Alternative routes can be found along Dumfries Place and Boulevard de Nantes cycleways.
Recently Cardiff Council started an initiative to collect garden waste to protect the environment. On the official Facebook page of Cardiff Council, the organization added that Garden waste collections would be collected
monthly until November 25th before the service is suspended during December, January and February.
The week will be commencing November 21st:
Citizens can find out more on the official website of Cardiff Council.
Throughout the winter, residents can continue bringing their garden waste to either the Lamby Way or Bessemer Close recycling centre by booking an appointment online through the official website of Cardiff council.
Cardiff Council invited people to support an initiative by the government organization; The organization encouraged people to participate in the initiative of collecting waste monthly until November 25th.