Public invited to meetings about multi-billion pound travel plans for West Yorkshire
Members of the public are being invited to a series of online meetings to discuss ambitious transport plans for West Yorkshire.
The West Yorkshire Combined Authority (WYCA) and its partner councils recently published the West Yorkshire Connectivity Infrastructure Plan and Mass Transit Vision 2040.
The documents set out how the region’s communities could be connected to jobs, education and better opportunities over the next 20 years.
Each area will be discussed online at separate meetings, with opportunities to ask questions.
They will take place on the following dates:
Rail - Monday, March 22, 5pm
Walking and cycling - Tuesday, March 23, 5.15pm
Climate change and decarbonisation - Thursday, March 25, 5pm
Bus - Monday, March 29, 4.30pm
The meeting discussing mass transit has already taken place but can be viewed on the WYCA website.
Kim Groves, Chair of the West Yorkshire Combined Authority Transport Committee, said: “Our ambitious transport plans represent a bold investment in our region’s future. We want as many people as possible to have their say so we can improve them and make the strongest possible case to Government for its support.
“These online public meetings are an opportunity for people to find out more, ask questions and offer views about how these plans will benefit their communities and West Yorkshire as a whole.”
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