Better Connected Stations - Dewsbury

People are being asked for their views on plans for a £210,000 scheme to improve walking and cycling links in Dewsbury town centre, as part of the West Yorkshire Combined Authority’s CityConnect programme aimed at encouraging more people to travel on foot and by bike.

The purpose of the scheme, which is being delivered in partnership with Kirklees Council, is to make it easier for people to travel on foot and by bike to Dewsbury Rail Station via the Eightlands Road access point.

Wider pavements with improved surfacing, better crossings and street lighting, 20mph zone and a new cycle route are among the proposals.

The plans are available to view in the Documents section on this page and people are invited to comment before the consultation ends on Monday 13 April.

Last year, the West Yorkshire Combined Authority and Kirklees Council were awarded funding for this scheme from the government’s Transforming Cities Fund Early Wins.

Improving cycling and walking infrastructure in the City Region is at the heart of the West Yorkshire Combined Authority’s successful Transforming Cities Fund (TCF) bid.

Have your say

We are asking for your feedback on the plans from Monday 16 March until Monday 13 April 2020


Take the survey here


Alternately you can provide your comments by email, post or phone:

EMAIL: major.transport@kirklees.gov.uk

POST:
Freepost Kirklees Council
Major Projects

PHONE: 0113 245 7676 (MetroLine)


People are being asked for their views on plans for a £210,000 scheme to improve walking and cycling links in Dewsbury town centre, as part of the West Yorkshire Combined Authority’s CityConnect programme aimed at encouraging more people to travel on foot and by bike.

The purpose of the scheme, which is being delivered in partnership with Kirklees Council, is to make it easier for people to travel on foot and by bike to Dewsbury Rail Station via the Eightlands Road access point.

Wider pavements with improved surfacing, better crossings and street lighting, 20mph zone and a new cycle route are among the proposals.

The plans are available to view in the Documents section on this page and people are invited to comment before the consultation ends on Monday 13 April.

Last year, the West Yorkshire Combined Authority and Kirklees Council were awarded funding for this scheme from the government’s Transforming Cities Fund Early Wins.

Improving cycling and walking infrastructure in the City Region is at the heart of the West Yorkshire Combined Authority’s successful Transforming Cities Fund (TCF) bid.

Have your say

We are asking for your feedback on the plans from Monday 16 March until Monday 13 April 2020


Take the survey here


Alternately you can provide your comments by email, post or phone:

EMAIL: major.transport@kirklees.gov.uk

POST:
Freepost Kirklees Council
Major Projects

PHONE: 0113 245 7676 (MetroLine)