A police HGV has been brought in to catch drivers in Wales on mobile phones, dangerous driving or not wearing seatbelts.
The de-restricted tractor unit gives a better view of drivers in cars, buses and commercial vehicles and has been used by English forces for three years.
The severe wintery weather saw Welsh councils spend over £2.38 M on gritting and salting.
Extra materials, equipment and labour payments sent the expected budget through the roof and now they have warned it could impact on spending for the rest of this year unless they get Welsh Government help.
Walking and cycling charity, Sustrans Cymru, is recruiting schools for its successful active travel programme which gives young people the opportunity to integrate physical activity into their everyday lives; as part of the school run.
The Active Journeys programme, supports schools and local authorities to improve routes and organise a range of activities that develop a whole-school approach to active travel and the deadline for schools to join the programme is Monday 4 June.
Europe’s automakers are not looking to challenge fines if they fail to meet the European Union’s 2020 CO2 emissions goals, but want governments to do more to help them hit targets, said Erik Jonnaert, the head of the ACEA industry lobby group.
EU rules in effect from 2020 to 2021 will force new cars to average 95 grams of CO2 per kilometer, with automakers facing hundreds of millions of euros in potential fines for non-compliance, while the current EU-mandated average is 130 g/km and the car makers want countries in the EU to meet tougher emissions limits to focus their attention on policies.