Leeds Public Transport Investment Programme (LPTIP)

Leeds Public Transport Investment Programme (LPTIP) is a multi-year programme delivered in partnership with Leeds City Council and public travel providers that aims to dramatically improve public transport and active travel across the Leeds.

The Leeds Public Transport Investment Programme (LPTIP) comprises of 7 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. Bus Delivery Board: a series of measures to improve the bus service offer


Project overview

Project Lead West Yorkshire Combined Authority and Leeds City Council
District/ Area Leeds
Funding DfT - £173.5 million
Project Status Various
Start and end dates 2017 - 2023
Delivery partners Leeds City Council, First West Yorkshire, West Yorkshire Combined Authority, Network Rail, Northern Rail
Other funders Leeds City Council and West Yorkshire Combined Authority 
Get in touch Email the West Yorkshire Combined Authority


Updated: Q1 2023/24

Projects within this programme