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.
This project has delivered further upgrades to the existing park and ride facility on Elland Road with the addition of 550 spaces. The entire site is covered by appropriate security measures (CCTV is currently in operation), and disabled parking requirements area provided within close proximity to the bus terminus.
Additional buses have been added as part of this project to improve the service from every 8 minutes to every 6 minutes in peak times.
In addition, a new road with pedestrian crossing points north of Leeds United Football Club is proposed, which would provide a link from Bobby Collins Way. A new bus route from junction 2 M621 and across Lowfields Road is planned.
|Project Lead||Leeds City Council|
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|Funding||Leeds Public Transport Investment Programme - £6.31 million|
|Project Status||Activity 6: Delivery|
|Start and end dates||July 2019- April 2020|
|Delivery partners||West Yorkshire Combined Authority|
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This page was last updated in Q4 2021/2022