New pedestrian bridge to be installed in Elland

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This weekend, a pedestrian footbridge over the Calder and Hebble Navigation will be installed, providing an alternative crossing point to the closed Elland bridge.

The new bridge will be installed at the site of the flood damaged bridge, to allow pedestrians to cross at this location. The 30m long bridge will provide an important link for local people between Park Road and Elland Bridge Road. The bridge will be 1.5m wide and accessible for people with buggies, wheelchairs and bikes… read more…

2 thoughts on “New pedestrian bridge to be installed in Elland

    northerndj said:
    Jan 14, 2016 at 3:54 pm

    This is a welcomed link to the other side for the people of elland and Exley and wheelchair users

    Joe Braithwaite said:
    Jan 17, 2016 at 11:33 pm

    Good news for the people in the Exley Park Road areas of ELLAND and for the whole of Elland generaly
    But is our MP PRESSING THE Government for finance to repair the bridge for vehicular traffic, the businesses are suffering as a result of the uncertainty over the funding issue.

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