It is vital that Calderdale has a strong and sustainable local transport system.
Over three years (2015 to 2017) the Council is introducing 20mph speed limits in many residential areas of Calderdale.
Plans for a road scheme to ease congestion on the A629 between Jubilee Road and the junction with Free School Lane in Halifax worth up to £4.5 million.
We are reducing the speed limit on the length of the A646 Burnley Road, Luddendenfoot between the junction with Ewood Drive, Mytholmroyd and Rock Cliffe Mount, Luddendenfoot. The speed limit will be reduced from 50mph to 40 mph.
The Council intend to introduce measures to reduce vehicle speeds and numbers on Battinson Road.
Building on our heritage, fine architecture, vibrant business sector and strong communities, we are working with collaborators and partners to improve Calderdale. The next chapter for Calderdale will see major investments in transport, public spaces and business premises.
Information about the Calderdale car sharing scheme and how it can save time and money for commuters.
Local Highway Authorities receive funding from the Department for Transport each year to carry out highway maintenance - see details of work that has been carried out and work planned.
The B6113 has been listed on the Council's 'sites for concern' programme, after 11 reported accidents occurred in the years 2009 to 2014; two of the accidents resulted in a fatality. The current speed limit on this length of road is 50mph.
AECOM was appointed by Calderdale Council to assess the impact of changes to accessibility to Halifax town centre in response to possible changes affecting bus routes. To complement wider improvements to the town centre planned under the West Yorkshire plus Transport Fund, a package of bus service changes has been proposed.
Halifax town centre needs a Parking Strategy to support the ambitions set out in the Halifax Town Centre Delivery Plan. The Parking Strategy complements the Calderdale Transport Strategy and aligns with wider transport and access improvements being delivered through the West Yorkshire plus Transport Fund.
It is cognisant of wider strategic objectives locally, regionally, nationally and globally. These include improving air quality, increasing physical activity, supporting economic activity and reducing our impact on the environment.
Highway Asset Management Strategy & Policy 2015
The Council has a formal policy for assessing and implementing minor traffic and parking improvement schemes which allows requests to be dealt with in a fair and consistent way through a simple prioritisation system.
In partnership with neighbouring authorities, Bradford, Leeds, Kirklees, Wakefield and West Yorkshire Integrated Transport Authority (Metro), Calderdale has set out a plan for improving local transport.
Details of current and forthcoming Traffic Regulation Orders (TROs)
By the end of the Local Plan period in 2031, Calderdale’s transport system aims to underpin economic prosperity, high rates of productivity, a dynamic labour market, social cohesion and a healthy environment.
Information on Workplace Travel Plans, the West Yorkshire Travel Plan Network and School Travel Plans.