Bradford Forster Square Station Gateway
Bradford Forster Square is the fifth most used railway station in West Yorkshire with approximately two million entries and exits per year. It has been identified as one of six stations to be included in the Station Gateways programme.
This project aims to re-develop the existing station to provide a new, high quality, modern station facility to enhance user experience and provide an attractive and welcoming gateway to Bradford.
The main station will provide a dedicated café, ticket office/ information centre with ticket vending machines, seating on the main concourse, cycle parking and potentially two lifts to School Street replacing the current existing lift, which will be in operation from the first to the last trains.
|Project Lead||Bradford Council|
|Business Case Summary||Link here|
|Project Status||Activity 4: Full Business Case|
Total scheme cost- £17.311 million
West Yorkshire plus Transport Fund- £17.061 million
|Start and end dates||2020 - 2023|
|Delivery Partners||To be confirmed|
|Other Funders||Bradford Council - £250,000|
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This page was last updated in Q3 2020/2021