Corridor Improvement Programme: Leeds Dyneley Arms

 This scheme forms part of the Corridor improvement programme, a mixture of low and medium cost highway interventions on the key route network.

The Dyneley arms pub gives its name to the junction adjacent to it, that of A660 Leeds road and A658 Pool bank new road, in Bramhope. This scheme aims to provide additional capacity for the benefit of all users at the junction. The options under consideration are seeking to maximise any investment made under the Corridor improvement programme Phase 1.

 

The objectives of this scheme are to mitigate existing congestion, accommodate continued traffic growth and enable development.

Project Lead

 

 Leeds City Council

 District / Area Leeds 
Business case summary Link here

Funding

 

West Yorkshire + Transport Fund - £4.15 million

 

Project Status

 

Activity 3: Outline Business Case

 

Start and end dates

 

2015 - 2020

 

Delivery partners

 

West Yorkshire Combined Authority

 

Other funders

 

None

 

Get in touch (contact information)

 

connectingleeds@leeds.gov.uk 

 

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