The public is being asked for its opinions to improve the layout of the A55 bewteen Llanfairfechan and Penmaenmawr.

The consultation considers nine different options for the section of road and looks at the possibility of removing the two roundabouts and replacing them with separated junctions.

The Welsh Government claims the new junctions will result in safer travel for road users.

The consultation runs until Friday 24 August.

The A55 Junction 15-16 improvement scheme is a significant development in North Wales and a prime example of the action we are taking to invest in and improve our transport infrastructure.

Ken Skates AM, Economy and Transport Secretary

Poor road infrastructure and heavy congestion is costing the North Wales economy tens of millions of pounds each year, with the A55 one of the primary causes of gridlock on our roads.

Russell George AM, Welsh Conservative Economy and Infrastructure spokesman