Pudsey is getting ready for multiple travel disruptions over the coming weeks as several road works are scheduled to take place in the town, writes Keely Bannister.
Busy Swinnow Lane will be closed at Stanningley Road from 6am on the morning of Monday 7th October for three weeks until 6am on Monday 28th October to allow City Fibre to carry out essential telecom works.
The number 14 bus will be diverting via Stanningley Bypass and Swinnow Road.
Full details of the diversion can be found on Metro’s website.
Traffic signals are also set to remain in place further down Swinnow Lane until Wednesday 9th October as City Fibre carry out works at the ring road junction with delays likely.
City Fibre are currently rolling out infrastructure across the city which, according to their website, will provide full fibre connectivity meaning residents will benefit from gigabit speeds, near unlimited bandwidth and consistent reliability.
Other notable road works in Pudsey during October include Northern Gas Networks carrying out essential works to replace ageing piping at Galloway Lane and highway maintenance works in Lowtown.
For details of all road works throughout West Leeds visit the One Network website.