Help shape plans to improve walking, cycling and public transport along Woodhouse Lane
Leeds City Council are asking people to identify current issues, what changes they’d like to see, and what they think should be prioritised to improve the Woodhouse Lane Gateway, which is a 2km route between the city centre and the Hyde Park and Woodhouse areas.
The Woodhouse Lane Gateway is already heavily used by people walking, cycling and using the bus. However, the area suffers from congestion which can delay bus journey times and it can be difficult to travel along the route by foot or by bike.
It also suffers from a high casualty rate with 98 reported injuries happening along roads within the Woodhouse Lane Gateway boundary since 2016, including 23 serious collisions.
If you live, work in, or travel along the route, you can have your say in the consultation before 19 February.
Find out more and feed back in the consultation here. If you’d prefer, you can also attend a drop-in event at Leeds City Museum on 31 January (10am – 4pm).