Have your say on plans for the A629

As plans for major changes to the A629 edge closer to reality, people are now being invited to view the plans in detail and have their say.

Last month, the Combined Authority approved the next stage of funding through the West Yorkshire-plus Transport Fund.

Kirklees Council is holding an online survey, it will be open until Friday 29 June, which people can use to comment on the whole scheme or just certain parts of it.

Have your say now. 

In addition, there are five drop in sessions in various locations (details below) and an unstaffed exhibition in Huddersfield Library.  

Date

Time

Location

4 - 29 June

Library opening times

Huddersfield Library and Art Gallery (unstaffed exhibition)

Fri 15 June

3 – 7pm

Church of Latter-day Saints, Halifax Road

 

Weds 20 June

3 – 7pm

Huddersfield Town Hall, Ramsden Street

Thurs 21 June

3 – 7pm

Gledholt Methodist Church, Edgerton Grove Road

 

Thurs 28 June

3 – 7pm

Gledholt Methodist Church, Edgerton Grove Road

 

Friday 29 June

3 – 7pm

Church of Latter-day Saints, Halifax Road

The plans for the improvements are expected to relieve congestion, reduce journey times, improve air quality and make public transport more reliable. They have been developed partly in response to a survey with local residents last year, where reducing congestion was identified as the top priority for improving the A629, along with widening the roads.

Find out more on the Kirklees website.

04 Jun 2018

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