The project is expected to be completed at the end of September, with the road remaining open to all users throughout but with a single lane restriction in place, a reduced 30-miles per hour speed limit and temporary traffic signals in operation. In order to minimise the length of the project, work is to be undertaken seven days a week when possible.
Local residents impacted by the works have been contacted by the council with details, while local councillors have also been made aware. As the road is well used by those travelling to and from Leeds Bradford Airport, motorists are advised to allow extra time for their journeys or seek to use alternative routes where possible. Both the airport and Jet2.com have also been made aware and will include messaging about the works being given to passengers before they travel. Taxi companies, bus operators and local off-site airport parking services are also being informed.
Alternative routes and project drawings showing construction details are available from the
related documents section.
If you have any queries please email