Leeds Public Transport Investment Programme (LPTIP) is a multi-year project that aims to dramatically improve public transport across the region. West Yorkshire Combined Authority and Leeds City Council invested millions of pounds into a “people-first infrastructure” which makes travelling around the city easier, quicker, and greener.
The project aim was to create a world-class public space and arrival gateway to the city centre for train, bus, pedestrians, and cyclists.
Tobermore supplied quality paving products to the landmark Headrow Gateway and sections of the Corn Exchange Gateway. The £20m+ scheme has strengthened the provision for sustainable transport modes in the city centre and the wider Leeds district. The Headrow has been transformed into an area that prioritises buses while offering dedicated public spaces, wider pavements and better cycle lanes so people can get around the city centre more easily.
The Headrow Gateway spans from the highway boundary on Headrow, Westgate, Vicar Lane, New Briggate, Cookridge Street, Harrison Street, Eastgate and parts of some adjacent streets. Tobermore also supplied paving to the Corn Exchange Gateway for Call Lane and Boar Lane.
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- Braemar Jura Grey ground-textured