Tag: Connecting Leeds

Bus stop improvements for Belle Isle, Middleton and Cottingley

Bus stops on main routes in Belle Isle, Middleton and Cottingley are set for an upgrade including new shelters and real-time bus information boards. The plans are part of a £7.36 million investment across the city which will be discussed by Councillors on the Executive Board on Monday (20 July

Have your say on improving walking and cycling in South Leeds

The opportunity of the roads being quieter is being seized by Connecting Leeds to improve walking and cycling routes around Leeds, and you are invited to share your ideas on their interactive map. The immediate issue is ensure pedestrians and cyclists can maintain a safe 2m disatance from each other.

Bus improvement works set to start on Hunslet and Low Roads

From October 2019 Connecting Leeds will improve the way buses operate along this busy route into the city centre. The changes are set to give buses priority along key routes which will make journeys quicker, easier and more appealing, helping to tackle congestion, air quality and health issues. The scheme,

Consultation continues on bus lanes and Elland Road Park & Ride extension

Plans have been published to increase the capacity of the Elland Road Park & Ride scheme from its current 800 cars to 1,350. The expansion would use the land between the football stadium and the M621 motorway. Buses would also use a one way circulation making use of the football

Public engagement on new White Rose rail station gets underway

Public engagement on plans to create two new rail stations in Leeds has started this week. Details of the proposals for new stations at White Rose and Thorpe Park as part of the Connecting Leeds programme to improve travel and transport in Leeds are now open for public feedback. The proposals

Consultation on bus improvements starts on Saturday

The next phase of public consultation on Connecting Leeds, measures to help transform transport and travel in and around Leeds, starts this week. A series of public drop-in sessions are to begin this Saturday on proposals for the A61 South (Hunslet Road, Low Road) bus route to introduce new infrastructure

Armley Gyratory consultation

Further to our recent report about planned changes to the Armley Gyratory system, Leeds City Council have announced a drop in consultation event in Holbeck this Saturday (17 March 2018). The event takes place at St Matthew’s Community Centre, St Matthew’s Street, Leeds LS11 9NR between 11am-2pm. For more information about