One of the last stages on this year’s WRGB was cancelled around the Great Orme, Llandudno because a safety diving team could not have worked if a competitive car had crashed off the road into the water.
It follows the cancellation of two other stages on the event after a crash on one and spectators who refused to follow marshals instructions and were standing in dangerous positions on another.
Transport for Wales is adding 6,500 seats on commuter services across South Wales before Christmas, improving trains on some main lines and updating rolling stock.
But it is also asking for a breathing space to delay using wheelchair friendly carriages from early next year.
Denmark and 10 other European Union countries, want to phase out diesel and petrol cars by 2030 to combat climate change.
EU countries aim to cut carbon emissions 40 percent by 2030 with plans to reduce them to zero by 2050.
Volkswagen is proposing talks with other major car makers it’s not named to cut development and manufacturing costs of ev platforms.
The platforms and power systems could be utilised to meet the requirements of comparatively lower volume car makers who face horrendous costs with the new technology.
Seven-in-10 drivers (72%) want to see councils tackle motorists who leave their engines running when parked with 44% of those saying officials should tell them to switch off and then fine them if they refuse, indicates RAC research.
While councils already have the power to take action against drivers who idle their vehicles while parked in the form a £20 fine, only a few choose to enforce this while a more sympathetic 26% of the 2,130 drivers surveyed by the RAC say motorists who idle their engines should just be told to switch off without being fined whereas a hard-line 2% think offenders should be fined without any warning whatsoever.