Calder Junction Delivery (part of the A629 corridor scheme)

Calder Junction (part of the A629 corridor scheme)

Calder Junction Delivery (part of the A629 corridor scheme)

News: We recently visited Calderdale, where work has started for the Calder Junction (part of the A629 corridor scheme) – where 3,500m3 of LECA LWA has been specified as a lightweight fill for a new highway development. The works are set to improve the Calder and Hebble junction and form a significant phase of a wider scope project to improve the A629 between Halifax and Huddersfield. 

Calder Junction Delivery (part of the A629 corridor scheme)

Sisk has appointed consulting engineer WSP to work on the design elements of the improvement plans focus on the key areas of Huddersfield Road, Stainland Road and Wakefield Road. 

 

Calder Junction Delivery (part of the A629 corridor scheme)
Calder Junction Delivery (part of the A629 corridor scheme)
Calder Junction Delivery (part of the A629 corridor scheme)
Calder Junction Delivery (part of the A629 corridor scheme)

This project will include a new link road, which will be created via a bridge spanning the Calder and Hebble Navigation to a roundabout on Stainland Road. The project is fully funded by the West Yorkshire Combined Authority through the West Yorkshire Plus Transport Fund.

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