New paths and cycle tracks open in Wales as part of the National Cycle Network.
The first part of a project bringing the National Cycle Network to the heart of Clydach has opened.
The scheme, by Sustrans, opens up a canal towpath and provides a link through to the Pontardawe Road depot site.
Helen Davies, Scheme Manager for Sustrans, said: “This project has been driven by the local community from the start, and we are looking forward to adding further links to Morriston, Glais and Pontardawe.”
The scheme also features a portrait bench, allowing the local community to immortalise in steel, three people who have meant a lot to the area.
Residents of the local area chose to immortalise local midwife Lillian Smith, scientist Harry Grindell Matthews and 1991 Rugby World Cup final referee Derek Bevan.