A new protest convoy is being organised to highlight continued opposition to the default 20mph speed limit in Wales.
Running along part of the North Wales coast, it aims to show how congested roads could become when the tourism season gets underway in a few months.
Organisers anticipate 50 vehicles will join a cavalcade that will set off from Llandudno and pass through Penrhyn Bay, Rhos on Sea and Colwyn Bay. It will then head to Llanddulas and Abergele before returning via the A547.
Natasha Asghar MS, Shadow Transport Minister, said, “Labour Ministers continue to ignore the public’s valid concerns on their blanket 20mph policy.
“The disastrous blanket speed limit will have a detrimental impact on tourism, and with Labour implementing their toxic tourism tax, this heaps more pressure on an already struggling sector. The Welsh Conservatives would listen to the people of Wales and scrap blanket 20mph.”
Welsh police forces have started enforcing the lower 20mph with a series of campaigns, beginning with education for those just over the limit to reporting drivers at higher speeds for court appearances and fines.