Phase 2A West Bradford Junctions Improvement Scheme


Please note that the public engagement for Phase 2A West Bradford Junctions Improvement Scheme has now closed. The engagement outcome report will be available soon.


Bradford Council, in partnership with the West Yorkshire Combined Authority, is looking to make improvements to three junctions to reduce congestion for the benefit of all road users.

Collectively, the schemes focus on bringing improvements to the A6177 Outer Ring Road to the west of Bradford.

Bradford Council carried out
Phase 1 of public engagement in early 2019, and is now able to demonstrate how the proposed design has progressed for Great Horton Road / Horton Grange Road (Phase 2A). The Council has successfully submitted an outline business case to the West Yorkshire Combined Authority and the full business case in now being developed as part of the process towards scheme delivery.

Bradford Council plan to carry out further public engagement for the Toller Lane / Whetley Hill and Thornton Road / Cemetery Road schemes (Phase 2B) during winter 2019 / 2020.



Great Horton Road / Horton Grange Road Junction:

The following was proposed for phase 1:

  • A new road between Horton Park Avenue/Cecil Avenue junction and All Saints Road/Dirkhill Road junction, with priority junctions at both ends. The new link is to allow movements to bypass the Great Horton Road/Horton Grange Road/All Saints Road junction.
  • Traffic signals at the Great Horton Road/Horton Park Avenue junction, with two lanes inbound to the junction of Great Horton Road/Horton Grange Road/All Saints Road.
  • Changing All Saints Road to a one way road southbound between Great Horton Road and Turner Place. This will reduce traffic conflicts, whilst increasing capacity. The right turn from Great Horton Road into All Saints Road is prevented with right turning traffic using Horton Park Avenue. Improvements are to be made for cycling and walking as part of the design.


Some further additional changes are now necessary following more detailed transport modelling work. Details are also available on the revised
map:

  • Left turn slip added to improve junction capacity and maintain safe business access.
  • Proposed new crossing moved away from junction, allowing improved access to shops and bus stops from housing areas.
  • Additional retaining wall required.


Whilst we are specifically engaging on this junction, Bradford Council will be looking at traffic priorities in the wider area.

We would like to know what you think of the additional
Phase 2A Great Horton Road / Horton Grange Road Junction improvements.

Click here to complete our
short survey.

HAVE YOUR SAY

This engagement will close on 5th August 2019.

You can also use the tools to sign up to our mailing list to be kept informed about the development of this project. Alternatively, you can register to be added to the Your Voice community where you will receive information on opportunities to have your say on a variety of projects.


Please note that the public engagement for Phase 2A West Bradford Junctions Improvement Scheme has now closed. The engagement outcome report will be available soon.


Bradford Council, in partnership with the West Yorkshire Combined Authority, is looking to make improvements to three junctions to reduce congestion for the benefit of all road users.

Collectively, the schemes focus on bringing improvements to the A6177 Outer Ring Road to the west of Bradford.

Bradford Council carried out
Phase 1 of public engagement in early 2019, and is now able to demonstrate how the proposed design has progressed for Great Horton Road / Horton Grange Road (Phase 2A). The Council has successfully submitted an outline business case to the West Yorkshire Combined Authority and the full business case in now being developed as part of the process towards scheme delivery.

Bradford Council plan to carry out further public engagement for the Toller Lane / Whetley Hill and Thornton Road / Cemetery Road schemes (Phase 2B) during winter 2019 / 2020.



Great Horton Road / Horton Grange Road Junction:

The following was proposed for phase 1:

  • A new road between Horton Park Avenue/Cecil Avenue junction and All Saints Road/Dirkhill Road junction, with priority junctions at both ends. The new link is to allow movements to bypass the Great Horton Road/Horton Grange Road/All Saints Road junction.
  • Traffic signals at the Great Horton Road/Horton Park Avenue junction, with two lanes inbound to the junction of Great Horton Road/Horton Grange Road/All Saints Road.
  • Changing All Saints Road to a one way road southbound between Great Horton Road and Turner Place. This will reduce traffic conflicts, whilst increasing capacity. The right turn from Great Horton Road into All Saints Road is prevented with right turning traffic using Horton Park Avenue. Improvements are to be made for cycling and walking as part of the design.


Some further additional changes are now necessary following more detailed transport modelling work. Details are also available on the revised
map:

  • Left turn slip added to improve junction capacity and maintain safe business access.
  • Proposed new crossing moved away from junction, allowing improved access to shops and bus stops from housing areas.
  • Additional retaining wall required.


Whilst we are specifically engaging on this junction, Bradford Council will be looking at traffic priorities in the wider area.

We would like to know what you think of the additional
Phase 2A Great Horton Road / Horton Grange Road Junction improvements.

Click here to complete our
short survey.

HAVE YOUR SAY

This engagement will close on 5th August 2019.

You can also use the tools to sign up to our mailing list to be kept informed about the development of this project. Alternatively, you can register to be added to the Your Voice community where you will receive information on opportunities to have your say on a variety of projects.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.
    These surveys will be collected by the West Yorkshire Combined Authority, and processed on behalf of Bradford Council in accordance with the Data Protection Act 2018.  The data collected will be held only for the duration of the engagement phase of the project.  To view our privacy notice, please visit: https://www.yourvoice.westyorks-ca.gov.uk/caprivacy.

    Bradford Council carried out Phase 1 of public engagement in early 2019, and is now able to demonstrate how the proposed design has progressed for Great Horton Road / Horton Grange Road (Phase 2A). The Council has successfully submitted an outline business case to the West Yorkshire Combined

    These surveys will be collected by the West Yorkshire Combined Authority, and processed on behalf of Bradford Council in accordance with the Data Protection Act 2018.  The data collected will be held only for the duration of the engagement phase of the project.  To view our privacy notice, please visit: https://www.yourvoice.westyorks-ca.gov.uk/caprivacy.

    Bradford Council carried out Phase 1 of public engagement in early 2019, and is now able to demonstrate how the proposed design has progressed for Great Horton Road / Horton Grange Road (Phase 2A). The Council has successfully submitted an outline business case to the West Yorkshire Combined Authority and the full business case in now being developed as part of the process towards scheme delivery.

    We recommend, if you haven't done so already, viewing the plans/information available about the proposed preferred access plan option, before completing this survey.
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