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Neville St inbound closed due to urgent works, 25 to 29 July

Motorists are advised that Neville Street (the road under the railway bridge near Leeds City Station) will be closed inbound to vehicles travelling towards the station from 5am on Monday 25 July until 10pm on Friday 29 July, due to urgent works.

A diversion will be in place from the traffic lights on Neville Street near the Hilton hotel, taking vehicles along Sovereign Street, Swinegate and Bishopgate Street.

Outbound traffic travelling along Neville Street out of the city centre will be unaffected.

The footpath on the eastern side of Neville Street will also be closed during these works. The footpath on the western side of Neville Street will be open.

The urgent works are essential to complete drainage connections and ensure safety for those carrying out the works and the general public using the highway.

Motorists who normally travel into the city centre along this route are urged to plan their journeys in advance and allow extra time, and consider alternative ways to travel.

This could include:

• Using Park and Ride schemes such as Stourton, Elland Road and Temple Green.

• Travelling by bus or rail.

• Cycling or walking into the city.

Motorists who can travel to their destination without driving through the city centre are encouraged to consider a number of diversionary routes which involve using junctions 4 and 2 of the M621.

Neville Street

Posted on 22nd July 2022

by Chris Oates