Colleagues at CHFT who use Halifax bus station are being invited to comment on new plans for its £15.4m redesign.
West Yorkshire Combined Authority and Calderdale Council’s scheme aims to deliver a modern, fit for purpose facility that complements the surrounding heritage, public realm and urban fabric of Halifax town centre.
Proposals include improving accessibility and safety, and a fully-enclosed passenger concourse with improved facilities. The concourse would include opportunities for shops and cafés, real-time information for buses and nearby train services and charging points for electric buses and cycles.
The redeveloped bus station will be an important transport hub and gateway into Halifax town centre, making changing between transport modes simple and improving connectivity with near level walking routes to key destinations across the town centre, such as Dean Clough, The Piece Hall and the new Halifax Sixth Form College.
Take a look at the information on Calderdale Council's website where you'll see more information.
They are holding two public drop-in events in January and February which will provide the local community with an opportunity to view the proposals, speak with the project team, ask questions and give feedback. The dates, times and locations of these events are detailed below.
Tuesday 21 January 2020
Halifax Town Hall (Victoria Hall)
Saturday 1 February 2020
Halifax Borough Market (Albany Arcade)