£120,000 of Keighley district safety schemes approved



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Changes to Keighley’s busy North Street are among a £120,000 package of road safety work across the area.

Keighley Area Committee has approved spending on the improvements, funded from Bradford Council’s Safer Roads budget.

The North Street scheme costing £35,000 will include junction and lighting improvements and changes to the way lanes are marked.

A £5,000 scheme will improve visibility for drivers at the Surenes Road/Russell Street junction.

Committee members also approved £10,000 for cycle safety improvements along Main Road and Skipton Road between Eastburn and Steeton, and £30,000 for pedestrian and cycle improvements on Bradford Road, Riddlesden.

They agreed £15,000 for high-friction surfacing and warning signs for the Aire Valley Road roundabout at Aireworth Road, Marley.

A further £10,000 will be spent on a shared footway and cycleway on Hard Ings Road, Keighley.

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