Council chiefs have released a new video showing how improvements to the Ledgard Way junction of Stanningley Road aim to make travel from Leeds to Bradford safer and quicker for all road users.
The changes are part of the £16 million bus priority scheme, which aims to improve public transport access into Leeds city centre on the A647.
Work is set to include replacing current high occupancy vehicle lanes on Stanningley Road with extended bus lanes and further bus priority measures at traffic signals.
The measures are part of the overall £270 million Connecting Leeds project to improve transport, are expected to reduce journey times by 10 to 15 minutes.
More details on the scheme can be found here.