More roadworks set for Halifax town centre until October as part of A629 western corridor improvement works

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More roadworks have started in Halifax as part of the A629 western corridor improvement works.

Temporary multi-way traffic lights will be in place until October 21 on Orange Street to allow for the works to take place.

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A new pedestrian crossing will be introduced at Orange Street to link the St James Road area with the town centre.

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Broad Street and Orange Street, HalifaxBroad Street and Orange Street, Halifax
Broad Street and Orange Street, Halifax

The roadworks are part of the A629 western corridor improvement works to permanently alter the public highway.

The project includes creating ‘Welcoming gateways’ for people as they enter and leave the town centre at Bull Green and Wards End, while road and junction layouts are changing in a bid to make walking, cycling and public transport routes easier and safer.

An anti-clockwise bus loop is also being implemented around the town, while Bull Green roundabout will be removed and replaced with a traffic signalised junction.

For more information on the A629 western corridor improvement works visit www.halifaxcourier.co.uk

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