Proposals to close almost every railway station ticket office in the UK have come under heavy criticism. 

There are 1,007 stations with ticket offices in England run by train companies operating under contracts issued by the UK Government.

Industry body the Rail Delivery Group (RDG) suggested ticket offices would only remain open at the busiest stations.

It said moving ticket office staff onto station platforms and concourses would "modernise customer service".

Passengers will be asked to pay for journeys by tapping contactless cards on barriers, using self-service machines, or buying tickets from staff on station concourses or trains if possible.

Proposed ticket office closures near you

Here’s the full list of proposed ticket office closures in Bradford district and wider West Yorkshire.

The list was originally compiled by The Mirror.

  • Bingley
  • Bradford Forster Square
  • Halifax
  • Hebden Bridge
  • Horsforth
  • Ilkley
  • Keighley
  • Leeds Travel Centre
  • Menston
  • New Pudsey
  •  Shipley
  • Todmorden

How will it work

Following a consultation, operators will select which offices they want to close, with the Transport Secretary making the final decision in cases where there is an objection by a passenger watchdog.

It is not known how quickly the first sites will close, but the programme is expected to last for three years.