Leeds - A660 Headingley Hill
The A660 is one of the most congested corridors in Leeds. It experiences high traffic flows as well as seeing some of the highest volumes of pedestrians and cyclists, often competing for road space with HGVs and more than 60 buses per hour at peak times. Initially included under the Leeds Public Transport Investment Programme (LPTIP), the proposed A660 Headingley Hill scheme is located between Orville Gardens and St Michaels Road; a section of the corridor more commonly known as Headingley Hill. The scheme now forms part of the Corridor Improvement Programme.
This scheme will deliver improvements to the Headingley Hills (between Orville Gardens and St Michaels Road) section of the A660 corridor in Leeds including a new 435 metre section of outbound (northbound) bus lane, the upgrade of advisory cycle lanes to dedicated facilities, for approximately 350 metres, in both directions and a controlled pedestrian crossing.
|Project Lead||Leeds City Council|
|District/ Area||West Yorkshire|
|Business Case||Link here|
|Funding||West Yorkshire plus Transport Fund- £0.83 million. This is a pipeline scheme to get Full Business Case|
Activity 4 - Full Business Case (FBC)
|Start and end dates||2018- 2022 For the FBC|
Leeds Council, West Yorkshire Combined Authority
|Get in touch/ contact information||TransportProjects@westyorks-ca.gov.uk|
This page was last updated in Q3 2020/2021