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.
The scheme will transform the area into a World-Class Gateway to Leeds city centre for bus users, pedestrians and cycle users. This will enable bus services to operate with fewer delays and provide high standard waiting facilities for bus users. Connectivity for pedestrians and cycle users will be enhanced, making the area safer and more inclusive. It will feature high quality public realm, which improves the townscape and enhances the setting of heritage assets, which will make the centre more welcoming and attractive for visitors, residents and employees.
|Project Lead||Leeds City Council|
|Business Case Summary||Link here|
|Funding||Leeds Public Transport Investment Programme £22.456 million|
Activity 5 - Delivery
|Start and end dates||2018- 2021|
West Yorkshire Combined Authority
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