Creating new opportunities
Work is progressing with the project, which will improve journey times by reducing queues and managing traffic better, with the submission of the planning application due later this year and the design and build tender being awarded in early 2019.
As plans develop, we are looking to understand what residents, road users and local businesses think about the current layout and their views on the proposed improvement plans.
Designs for the project will be on display at Halifax Central Library and Archives Wednesday 5 September.
There’s also the opportunity to meet the team at a drop-in session at Clay House in West Vale on Thursday 6 September from 4.30pm to 7pm. Attendees can talk to staff working on the project, ask questions, give feedback and see images of the proposed developments.
Plans for the project include a new link road between the A629 and Stainland Road via a new bridge spanning the Calder and Hebble Navigation with a new roundabout on Stainland Road, widening Elland Wood Bottom and Stainland Road. To find out more, click through to our A629 Calder and Hebble Junction project.