Leeds Dyneley Arms
Dyneley Arms is a key junction on the A660 and A658 between Leeds (12km SE), Bradford (13km SW) and Harrogate (12km NE). The junction, due to its remote location, currently has no specific pedestrian or cycle facilities.
The proposal is for a ‘quick-win’ scheme involving technology and detection improvements, plus widening the centre of the junction to prevent right-turning vehicles from obstructing ahead movements.
It is anticipated that improved layout will lead to smoother flows and positive impact on air quality. Bus service journey times reliability, advanced stop lines for cyclist and potential new pedestrian crossing will promote alternative mode of transport.
|Project Lead||Leeds City Council|
|Business case summary||Link here|
|Funding||West Yorkshire + Transport Fund - £2.286 million|
|Project Status||Activity 4: Full Business Case plus costs|
|Start and end dates||2021 - 2023|
|Delivery partners||West Yorkshire Combined Authority|
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This page was last updated in Q3 2021/2022