Last chance: Have your say before Bramley and Pudsey transport consultations close

13 October 2019

Time is running out for you to have your say on proposals to enhance Bramley Bus Interchange and improve walking and cycling links in Pudsey, writes Keely Bannister.

West Yorkshire Combined Authority have been consulting on plans for the last few weeks – and now the deadline for commenting on the plans is approaching as the surveys close on Monday 14th October.

Designs for Bramley Bus Interchange, which The Dispatch previously reported on in detail, will see a new road constructed through the centre of the grass which currently separates Stocks Hill from Town Street. A bus stop will then be relocated from Stocks Hill on to the new road.

You can have your say on these proposals here.

new pudsey station
New Pudsey Station. Photo: Ian Kirk, used under Creative Commons licence

Plans for Pudsey, which The Dispatch previously reported, are designed to improve walking and cycling links between Pudsey Town Centre and New Pudsey Train Station through improving footpaths and creating an on-road cycle path as well as introducing new signage.

You can have your say on these proposals here.

Article tags

Comment on this article

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.