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SI 2012/1521 - The A5 Trunk Road (Dolgoch, Bethesda, Gwynedd) (Temporary Traffic Restrictions & Prohibition) Order 2012 / Gorchymyn Cefnffordd yr A5 (Dolgoch, Bethesda, Gwynedd) (Cyfyngiadau Traffig a Gwaharddiad Traffig Dros Dro) 2012

SI 2012/1504 - The A487 Trunk Road (Priory Bridge, Cardigan, Ceredigion) (Temporary Traffic Restrictions & Prohibition) Order 2012 / Gorchymyn Cefnffordd yr A487 (Pont y Priordy, Aberteifi, Ceredigion) (Cyfyngiadau a Gwaharddiad Traffig Dros Dro) 2012

SI 2012/1503 - The A483 Trunk Road (Newtown to Llanymynech, Powys) (Temporary Traffic Restrictions and Prohibition) Order 2012 / Gorchymyn Cefnffordd yr A483 (Y Drenewydd i Lanymynech, Powys) (Cyfyngiadau a Gwaharddiad Traffig Dros Dro) 2012

SI 2012/1497 - The A5 Trunk Road (Wrexham/Denbighshire Border, West of Froncysyllte to Bryn Dethol Junction, East of Llangollen, Denbighshire) (Temporary Traffic Restrictions and Prohibitions) Order 2012 / Gorchymyn Cefnffordd yr A5 (Ffin Sirol Wrecsam/Sir Ddinbych, i'r Gorllewin o Froncysylltau i Gyffordd Bryn Dethol, i'r Dwyrain o Langollen, Sir Ddinbych) (Cyfyngiadau a Gwaharddiadau Traffig Dros Dro) 2012

SI 2012/1495 - The A494 Trunk Road (Ruthin, Denbighshire) (Temporary Traffic Restriction & Prohibitions) Order 2012 / Gorchymyn Cefnffordd yr A494 (Rhuthun, Sir Ddinbych) (Cyfyngiad a Gwaharddiadau Traffig Dros Dro) 2012

SI 2012/1494 - The A470 Trunk Road (Dolwyddelan, Conwy County Borough) (Temporary Traffic Restrictions & Prohibition) Order 2012 / Gorchymyn Cefnffordd yr A470 (Dolwyddelan, Bwrdeistref Sirol Conwy) (Cyfyngiadau a Gwaharddiad Traffig Dros Dro) 2012

SI 2012/1492 - The A494 Trunk Road (Llanarmon to Clwyd Gate, Denbighshire) (Temporary Traffic Restrictions & Prohibition) Order 2012 / Gorchymyn Cefnffordd yr A494 (Llanarmon i Clwyd Gate, Sir Ddinbych) (Cyfyngiadau a Gwaharddiad Traffig Dros Dro) 2012

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