Local people can find out more about major plans for travel improvements across Calderdale and regeneration in Halifax town centre at a public drop-in session next week.
The event, which is being held on Monday 23 May between 3pm and 7pm at Halifax Minster, will be an opportunity for residents and organisations to view the scheme designs, talk to Council staff and ask questions about the plans.
The plans include a number of schemes as part of a proposed £125 million+ investment over five years to support economic growth in Calderdale, by easing congestion, reducing journey times and bringing improvements for drivers, pedestrians, cyclists and people using public transport. For example, the A629 corridor scheme will help cut journey times between Halifax and Huddersfield.
To finance this work, the Council has secured a significant share of the £1 billion West Yorkshire Plus Transport Fund (WY+TF), which the West Yorkshire Combined…