Leeds Public Transport Investment Programme (LPTIP)

Leeds Public Transport Investment Programme (LPTIP) is a multi-year project in partnership travel providers that aims to dramatically improve public transport across the region.

The Leeds Public Transport Investment Programme (LPTIP) comprises of 8 packages which cover:

  1. Programme management: resources for a dedicated team for the overall management and delivery of the programme
  2. Bus Priority Corridors: investment in a number of key corridors to improve bus service reliability and reduce bus journey times
  3. Bus Park and Ride: new park and ride facilities to be developed to the north and south of the City with further expansions at Elland Road
  4. City Centre: redesigning road layouts to reduce congestion and improve the pedestrian environment
  5. Rail: develop three new rail stations across the city at proposed sites of Leeds Bradford airport, Thorpe Park and White Rose, with accessibility improvements at Cross gates, Morley and Horsforth.
  6. Bus Delivery: support real-time improvements and review connectivity throughout the Leeds district
  7. Mass Transit: develop a long term mass transit approach
  8. Bus Delivery Board: a series of measures to improve the bus service offer

Details

Project Lead: West Yorkshire Combined Authority and Leeds City Council

District/ Area: Leeds

Business case summary: N/A 

Funding: DfT and Combined Authority funds - £173.5 million

Project Status: Activity 3 - Outline Business Cases for the individual projects

Start and end dates: 2017-2021

Delivery partners: Leeds City Council, First West Yorkshire, West Yorkshire Combined Authority, Network Rail, Northern Rail

Other funders: Leeds City Council - £8.8 million

Get in touch: transportprojects@westyorks-ca.gov.uk

LPTIP Projects

  1. Low Emission Bus Top Up

    Through funding from the Leeds Public Transport Investment Programme this project will provide additional funding to the Clean Bus Technology Fund to complete the retrofit of all buses to the Euro VI standard that are entering Leeds City Centre.

    Read more about Low Emission Bus Top Up
  2. Leeds Digital Hub

    A project to provide a Digital hub and call centre offering information and access to door to door transport in Leeds

    Read more about Leeds Digital Hub
  3. Corn Exchange Gateway

    This scheme is to deliver a series of improvements to bus infrastructure, public realm, pedestrian infrastructure and cycling infrastructure on a number of roads surrounding the Corn Exchange and taking in Vicar Lane, New Market Street, Kirkgate, New York Street, Harper Street, Kirkgate York Street, Cross York Street, Duncan Street, Call Lane, Boar Lane, Lower Briggate, Bridge End and Meadow Lane.

    Read more about Corn Exchange Gateway
  4. Headrow Gateway

    The scheme comprises a set of significant enhancements to bus infrastructure, pedestrian infrastructure cycling infrastructure and public realm in Leeds City Centre north of the pedestrian core. The scheme extent covers the land in the highway boundary on Headrow, Westgate, Vicar Lane, New Briggate, Cookridge Street, Harrison Street, Eastgate and parts of some adjacent streets.

    Read more about Headrow Gateway
  5. Network Navigation

    A project to make it easier to plan and take bus journeys across Leeds by creating a user-friendly and accessible set of maps and new colour coded bus stop flags, shelters and other on-street infrastructure that link to bus lines across the city.

    Read more about Network Navigation
  6. Leeds Bus Station

    This project scope is to deliver a refurbished bus station that will enhance the customer experience and energy efficiency of the building.

    Read more about Leeds Bus Station
  7. Leeds Bradford Airport Parkway Rail Station

    This project aims to improve access to the airport and the surrounding existing and proposed office and industrial developments by public transport, and provide a park and ride service for residents of north west Leeds and the wider catchment area.

    Read more about Leeds Bradford Airport Parkway Rail Station
  8. LPTIP Real Time Programme

    The Real Time programme, funded by LPTIP, involves the procurement and installation of 1,000 screens to present Real Time bus information at stops and shelters in the Leeds District. This is part of the wider programme for improvements to public transport in Leeds.

    Read more about LPTIP Real Time Programme
  9. White Rose Rail Station

    This project aims to build a new rail station at White Rose Office Park to enable improved transport infrastructure and accessibility to employment and residential areas.

    Read more about White Rose Rail Station
  10. Rail Accessibility Programme

    A scheme that aims to deliver step free access from the station point of entry through to the station platform edge at Cross Gates and Horsforth rail stations. Business case development has been undertaken as part of the Leeds Public Transport Investment Programme. The projects are ready to deliver once further funding becomes available

    Read more about Rail Accessibility Programme
  11. New Pudsey Rail Station Car Park Expansion

    This scheme has been proposed by both the Combined Authority and Leeds City Council to support sustainable employment growth into a main urban centre. It will particularly benefit commuters, as well as supporting more travel into and between the urban centres by rail for other purposes.

    Read more about New Pudsey Rail Station Car Park Expansion
  12. Elland Road Park and Ride Expansion

    The Elland Road Park and Ride facility first opened in July 2014 with the provision of 425 parking spaces and a number of bus priority measures into Leeds city centre. Due to popular demand the site was then extended to provide a total of 800 spaces by December 2016.

    Read more about Elland Road Park and Ride Expansion
  13. Leeds Integrated Station Masterplan (LISM)

    Leeds Railway Station is the busiest station in the North and the second busiest outside of London. About 34 million passengers use the station a year which is comparable to London Kings Cross.

    Read more about Leeds Integrated Station Masterplan (LISM)

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