A6110 Leeds Outer Ring Road
The A6110 forms the South West corner of the Leeds Outer Ring Road and is the busiest section in terms of vehicle numbers. Congestion is evident on a daily basis particularly at the junctions with the key radial A58 (Whitehall Road) and A62 (Gelderd Road) routes.
The scheme includes improvements to a number of junctions on the route between the Stanningley By-pass in the North, to the interface with the Mirfield to Dewsbury to Leeds (M2D2L) scheme. The actual boundary between the two proposals will be on the South East side of the M621 (junction 1).
Key Aims of the A6110 scheme:
- To provide safe crossing and cycling facilities to encourage more people to travel be active transport for both work and leisure.
- To reduce adverse impacts of transport on the environment and health by promoting active travel. opportunities, helping to contribute towards net-zero carbon emissions by 2030.
- To better manage congestion and reduce traffic delays through upgraded signals and adaptive traffic management making the corridor an easier place to travel through and link with surrounding areas.
- To enhance public transport by providing bus priority infrastructure to improve journey time reliability and increase bus patronage.
- To facilitate and support growth in employment, housing and economic development in areas like Beeston, Cottingley, Morley and Wortley and across the Leeds City Region.
- To improve the quality of the local environment and public realm to support regenerations along the route.
- Reduce congestion and journey times along the A6110 corridor.
|Project Lead||Leeds City Council|
|Business case summary||Read this document for Transport Fund updates|
|Funding||West Yorkshire plus Transport Fund- £3 million|
|Project Status||Activity 3: Outline Business Case|
|Start and end dates||2023 - 2025|
|Delivery partners||Leeds City Council|
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This page was last updated in Q3 2021/2022